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1995 



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Table of Contents 




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Special Events 


16 Seniors 


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Underclassmen 


78 Faculty 


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Clubs 


112 Sports 


140 


Index 


1 72 Proud Parents 


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THE HIGH LIBRARY 




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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 






ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17022-2227 





Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA; Taylor Publishing Companj 



Opening 4— 



Students suck it up and go to 
class even on the gorgeous 
spring days when their minds 
are anywhere but class. 



Mike Burke gave his 
Homecoming enthusiasm free 
reign as he sampled the 
offerings on the Midway. 



George Crampton lends the luck of the 
Irish to the Elizabethtown men's soccer 
team. 







A slop back from the comer of 
campus, il is easy to see thai 
academics are onl) pan of the 

picture. 



A scuba-diving class?? Who know 
college could bo this much fun! It's 
amaring the things yOU can gel 
credit foi 



Opening 




A Sharper Image. . . 



Another year has drawn to a close almost before it 
began, flying even faster than the last few. In an attempt to 
preserve the emotions and events of the past year, we have 
created Sharper Image, a compilation of photos tying 
together our common experiences. It shows us at our finest 
and at our worst; at work and at play. 

This book is a collection of snapshots, of frozen 
moments in time that will live on in our memories. We 
offer it to you, with its glimpses of life as we knew it during 
the past year. Each of you will transform these images to fit 
your experiences. We hope it will remain a constant 
reminder of 1995 college life. 

Sharper Image captures the highlights of club 
activities, special events, and the people who make 
Elizabethtown College unique. Each photo tells its own 
story. Listen carefully, look closely, and the essence of the 
year will surface. In your hands you hold the images that 
will sharpen your memories and serve as lasting reminders 
of your experiences at Elizabethtown College. 

It is our pleasure to provide you with this book. For 
us it will be a lasting achievement to have created the only 
permenant record of this school year. College is supposed 
to be the best time of our lives, so as one more year has 
slipped through our fingers, may Elizabethtown and 1995 
live on in Sharper Image. 



Editors in Chief: 9Atlanie. 'Davis & 'Kjisten 'Power 
Assistant Editors: Craig "Sertz &Jodi 'Brandon 



Opening -^ 



The long line didn't disappear all afternoon 
as students waited to have their caricatures 
drawn during TGIS Weekend. 




Opening 



The library steps provided the stage as Kim Walters entertained 
the audience at the One-Acts during the Spring Arts Festival. 




The Battle of the Air Bands is always a crowd-pleaser. Students staked out their seats 
early, then settled in to enjoy the show. 



Opening -5- 



The evening picnic is a relaxing end to the TGIS events, 
especially when Mother Nature dishes up such beautiful 
weather. 






The Baltic of the Air Bands drew .in enormous crowd this year, and students 
weren't disappointed by the performances, John Rorick, ("iar> Sprcngel, and 
Mai ( look, a. La. "The live Bunnies", won the contest 




6 Opening 



Laura Spink lakes advantage of the nice spring 
weather by studying outside. 





Mark Erdman enjoys a caramel apple in the 
shade during the Homecoming festivities. 



Despite the planned TGIS activities, students 
still found time to "stop and smell the roses" 
with friends. 



Opening -J- 



Ahhh. . .food, friends, fun and relaxation. TGIS 
gives students a chance to forget their worries 
and enjoy the finer things in life. 




Warm days are just too nice to spend 
cooped up inside. Many E-town students 
enjoy spending time outside soaking up the 
sun or just chatting with a friend. 



8 Opening 



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Mae is one of the many students at E-town 
who rollerblades, the latest trend on campus. 




Gary Sprengel gets into his routine during his 
performance at TGIS. Love that shirt. Gary! 



Opening Hr-i 



Heather sings and dances to "The Lion 
Sleeps Tonight" at the Battle of the Air 
Bands. 



APB had plenty of shirts to go around this 
year. The shirts display all the weekly 
activites for the annual spring fesitival. and 
are always in high demand. 




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As part of the Spring Arts Festival, students 
perform a series of skits and plays on the steps of 
the High Library. Students, alumni, and commu- 
nity members assembled to be entertained by 
tales of princesses and frogs. 



Rob Bustin ponders for a moment. . .Looks like a 
tough question! 




John Manis's broken foot didn't stop him and 
Gretchen Nonemaker from enjoying TGIS 



Opening 1+ 



E-town controlled the game against 
Moravian at Homecoming, as this shot 
indicates. 




No one can resist the hire ol a sunny 
bench and a good book. Julia Powell puts 
hei free tunc to good "sc 



V2 Opening 



Michelle Lemke and Ken Nichols focus on the 
band's performance during the TGIS picnic held 
on the Brinser/Ober field. Nothing tastes better 
than hamburgers and hotdogs eaten in the fresh 
air. 




Rollerblading mania has arrived! As one of the 
astest ways to travel around campus, many 
udents have adopted this new mode of transpor- 
tation. 

irian Ogle relaxes after his bike ride, an activity 
hat many students enjoy when the warm weather 



Opening ~+3~ 




The relationships thai form between students and 
professors here at F.-town do not stop at the classroom 
door. Dan McHenry and Professor Sevareid talk shop 
durini: some unexpected free time. 



Jennj Baker demonstrates the proper technique tot 
making a flour-filled stress ball. With onlj a few weeks 

until finals, whs should she need one ol those " 



14 Openint; 



The parachuters added a special touch 
to this year's Homecoming celebration. 




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Memorable images. . . 




Special Events 




Special 

fcVENTS 



Another year has passed and many 
news-worthy events that occurred through- 
out the U.S.A. quickly come to mind. For 
example, the world has tuned into the O.J. 
Simpson trial (which will probably still be in 
progress when next year's Conestogan 
comes out). We saw Billy Joel and Christie 
Brinkley end their marriage, but witnessed 
the nuptials of Lisa Marie Presley and 
Michael Jackson. The death of Jackie O. 
and the bombing of a federal building in 
Oklahoma City shocked the nation. Yet 
again in our country's history, the president 
sent troops to a foreign country, this time to 
Somalia. Forrest Gump hit movie theatres 
everywhere and eventually won the Oscar 
for Best Picture. The hockey strike caused 
some dissension among the people and just 
like the pink Energizer bunny rabbit, the 
baseball strike kept on going and going and 
going.... 

But here at Elizabethtown we had 
special events of our own kind. Homecom- 
ing, Winter Wonderland and TGIS weekend 
were annual events that students looked for- 
ward to throughout the year. This was also 
the first year for the Into the Streets commu- 
nity project, which is set to become an an- 
nual tradition as well. By participating in 
these special events through the year, stu- 
dents get a sharper image of life within the 
college and in the surrounding world. 

Section Editors: Lori Jones & Lori Raver 




Special E\ ents 



Convocation 



Two smiling College Scholars. Dana 
Milliron and Krista Kae Barker, pose for 
the camera before Convocation begins. 

Before introducing the speaker for 
Convocation, President Speigler 
commended the College Scholars for 
their outstanding achievements thus far. 




Standing proudly before peers, friends, and 

family, the scholars arc recognized for their 
accomplishments 



18 Special Events 




"I7z£ Starch for Truth' 



As gusts of wind 
blew across the campus, 
students, faculty, and fam- 
ily members gathered to 
honor the College Schol- 
ars at the annual College 
Convocation held at the 
Midway. The College 
Scholars are selected each 
spring and will retain this 
honor until the following 
spring. The students cho- 
sen as scholars have 
earned at least a 3.75 grade 
point average and have ac- 
cumulated a minimum of 
sixty credits. 

The speaker for this 
year's Convocation was 



Seyyed Hossein Nasr, the Uni- 
versity Professor of Islamic 
Studies at George Washington 
University. Originally from 
Tehran, Iran, Nasr has lec- 
tured extensively worldwide. 
His speech for Convocation 
discussed the search for truth 
in science and religion. He 
also reflected on the condition 
of the globe and its relation- 
ship to cultures and the envi- 
ronment. He challenged stu- 
dents to continue their search 
for the truth in life. So as 
another academic year contin- 
ues, our College Scholars are 
an inspiration to their class- 
mates and community. 




Challenging the students of E-town 
to search for the truth. Professor 
Seyyed Nasr of Iran was this year's 
guest speaker. 



The faculty lines up to show their 
stuff at the Convocation ceremony 



Convocation 19 




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Beautiful fall 
weather prevailed as yet 
another E-town Home- 
coming Weekend was 
made a success. Midway 
festivites were kicked off 
by the first annual pa- 
rade, which featured 
floats with movie themes 
such as the Rocky Hor- 
ror Picture Show and a 
tribute to Walt Disney. 

The Midway itself 
offered crafts, food and 
momentos from clubs on 
campus. It also featured 
human bowling as a point 
of interest for all. 

The men's soccer 
team posted a 4-0 victory 
over Moravian. During 
halftime, inductees for 



the Athletic Hall of Fame 
were honored. Also 
occuring was the crown- 
ing of the 1994 king and 
queen; Dan Webb and 
Ann Madden. 

Dinner was served 
with style in the cafeteria 
later that night, and the 
evening was topped off 
with a Spinner's concert. 



Acting out their Walt Disney 
dreams, the fine and 
performing arts club don their 
favorite costumes for the 
parade. 





)uring halftime, Ann 
Madden and Dan Webb 
are crowned as the 1994 
queen and km;:. 



Displaying tier wares, 
Natalie Eshleman studies 

hard behind the senior tabic 



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"I don't know, guys. ..what 
should we do with it?" Spatula 
in hand, Todd Eicker is a very 
familiar face behind the math 
club table. 



Homecoming "2tt-i 




Perusing the 1994 Conestogan, two 
colorful clowns take a break from 
frolicking at the Midway. 



Another STRIKE in the 
human bowling game! 

Smiling for the crowd, 
Ralph Ivory is escorted by 
his girlfriend during the 
Homecoming Court 
presentations at halftime. 




Special Events 




While raising money for 
the Education Club, 
Lena Poff and Brian 
Ogle enjoy a good joke. 



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Maria Kipp and Cindy Herring 
have to stop and think as Professor 
Clemens asks "Do you know when 
the movie starts'?" 



Homecoming 



Into the Streets 




Smiling while they work, a few 
E-town students volunteered 
their free time to clean the 
Elizabethtown Community 
Center. 



"Is that a Hefty bag?" Commu- 
nity members and E-town 
students joined together to 
beautify neighborhood lawns. 




24 Special Events 



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producing the wonders of 
tie French language. Trinity 
)eavor teaches E-town 
Eddie School students how 
a pronounce color names. 



On October 29, 
1 994, various clubs on 
campus volunteered 
their time and services 
for the "Into the 
Streets" community 
service program. The 
Learning Center was 
actively involved in 
coordinating the pro- 
gram and getting vol- 
unteers to sign up for a 
variety of projects. 
Some of the projects 
worked on in the 
Elizabethtown com- 
munity and surround- 

The FunFort was a favorite 
choice of student volunteers. 



Chris Parker looks to the 
sky as he repaints a room of 
the Lancaster YWCA. 
Students helped out all over i&« 
the county. 



ing area were: paint- 
ing a map at a local 
elementary school, 
cleaning local parks, 
community centers, 
and highways, read- 
ing programs at 
schools, and even rak- 
ing leaves for mem- 
bers of the community. 
The "Into the Streets" 
project was a great 
success and brought 
the college and com- 
munity closer to- 
gether. 




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West Side Story 



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Performing before sold- 
out audiences each night, the 
Elizabethtown theater club 
dazzled the crowd with stel- 
lar performances from cast 
and crew alike. 

E-town's production of 
the musical "West Side 
Story" was the first of its 
kind on campus, because the 
cast was joined by a40-piece 
pit orchestra to enhance the 
performance. The audience 
was impressed not only by 
the acting, but also by the 
musical accompaniment and 
outstanding choreography. 
The performance has set a 
new standard for future pro- 
ductions. 



"So do you want to dance or not?" Kristen Chase 
asks John Yeomans. 

Gazing into each other's eyes. Mike Scharfenberger 
and Kathryn McCluskey re-enact the famous 
balcony scene between Tony and Maria. 






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Special Events 



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"West Side Story" 




Elizabethtown 
students celebrate holi- 
days in style, from 
Thanksgiving to Christ- 
mas. 

With a carve- 
your-own-turkey dinner 
in the cafeteria, Thanks- 
giving is one of the most 
memorable events on 
campus. Professors do- 
nate their time and serv- 
ing skills as students sit 
back and enjoy the 
change in roles. 



Christmas is also 
highly festive, creating a 
joyful atmosphere on 
campus. Tree decorating 
contests and a special din- 
ner keep spirits high even 
during the stresses of fi- 
nals week. The Winter 
Wonderland semi-formal 
culminates the Christmas 
celebrations. 

Smiling for the camera, these 
three ladies have one last wild 
blast of fun before attempting to 
tackle finals next week. 




Caught in the act, Chns Hepler, 
Brad Karli. and Craig 
VanDemark tried to entice a 
young lady into their circle. 



"Am I doing (Ins right?" Carving 
the Thanksgh tng turkey is 

something everyone has seen, 
but lew have actualh clone 




28 Holidays 








Each semester, 
student performers de- 
vote hours of their time 
preparing for a major the- 
atrical event. Once they 
are ready, they entertain 
the student body and 
members of the commu- 
nity with the fruits of their 
efforts. The final results 
are always highly enjoy- 
able. 

Sporting a cast of 
eight, "Bus Stop" staged 
its debut under Professor 
Michael Sevaried's guid- 
ance. This spring produc- 



Warming his hands by the 
heater, Kevin Urban takes a 
break from keeping peace as the 
sheriff in "Bus Stop." 



tion ran for two consecu- 
tive weekends and re- 
ceived high praises. 

The play was set 
in a street-corner restau- 
rant just west of Kansas 
City. It centered around 
the actions and changing 
relationships between the 
characters and the per- 
sonal growth each indi- 
vidual underwent . 

Supporting the 
cast was a stage crew 
who worked hard to de- 
sign an authentic 1950's 
style set for the produc- 
tion. As with any perfor- 
mance, the work of those 
behind the scenes is cru- 
cial to a successful show. 




Posing as a young, naive 
waitress, Jaime Heckman cleans 
the counter in preparation for the 
arrival of bus passengers. 



During dress rehearsal. Professor 
Sevareid gives final instructions 
to his cast. 



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Spring Arts festival 



The annual Spring 
Arts Festival kicked off 
the twenty-first TGIS 
weekend this year. The 
five-day festival featured 
a wide variety of student 
artists and art forms. 
Bands from on and off 
campus performed 
throughout the week. 

In addition, the 
student art show opened 
in the Hess Gallery of 
Zug Memorial Hall. 
Comprised of watercol- 
ors, charcoals, metal 
sculptures, and works of 
several other media, the 
exhibition highlighted the 
talents of many students. 



A few members of 
Phalanx, the a capella 
group on campus. 
serenade the crowd in 
front of the High 
Library with their 
smooth-sounding 
voices. 



Another compo- 
nent of the festival was 
the student-run club fair 
held Saturday morning of 
TGIS weekend. All kinds 
of treats were offered at 
the stands which lined 
Baugher Avenue. 

Strolling storytell- 
ers, poetry readers, and 
singing groups contrib- 
uted to the festival, as 
well. In addition, aspir- 
ing artists could display 
their talents with chalk on 
the sidewalks surround- 
ing the Annenberg Cen- 
ter. The festival contin- 
ues to expand as it gains 
popularity. 





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Acting out their parts, Bruce 
Hansen and Chris Rudsill 
perform a children's play 
during the Spring Arts 
Festival. 



One of several clubs involved 
in the club fair offered face 
painting to any interested 
takers. 




Milling about in their "Bus Stop" 
costumes, cast members encouraged 
festival-goers to attend one of the 
weekend's performances. 



Professor Wheelersburg and his 
children listen attentively as Dr. 
Bard shares his storytelling 
expertise. 

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"What's down there?" asks a brave student 
before she takes the dive into the unknown 
challenges of the Velcro Obstacle Course. 



John Rorick. Mat Cook, and Gary Sprengel 
strutted their stuff during their stage debut as 
the Jive Bunnies. 




["he moment of truth is almost After a da) full ol Fun, ih 

upon him, . when Mike gets to picnic gave '.indents a 

see for himself how the chance toenjoj the quiet 

caricaturist chose to depict him. comp.iin oi Friends. 



Special Events 












Students 
munched on sno-cones 
and showed off their 
temporary tatoos while 
waiting in the long line 
for caricatures at this 
year's TGIS weekend. 
The sun shone through to 
the last note of 
Needlejack's picnic per- 
formance. It was an- 
other long-awaited, and 
highly-enjoyed, TGIS 
weekend. 

The Spring Arts 
Festival got the day roll- 
ing in the morning, and 
by afternoon the activi- 
ties began in Brinser 
Field. In addition to the 
annual airband competi- 
tion, the Velcro Obstacle 



Course added a new chal- 
lenge for ambitious stu- 
dents. Spectators enjoyed 
watching contestants get 
themselves out of sticky 
situations. 

Just when it 
seemed that things were 
winding down, a local 
band, Ocean Blue, gave a 
concert in the gym. Fol- 
lowing the concert, a 
dance was held in Hershey 
Hall which attracted one 
of the largest crowds of 
the semester. 

The weekend was 
finally completed Sunday 
night with an impressive 
fireworks display that re- 
inforced the Mardi Gras 
theme. 




Jenna Schillig smiles with 
delight after completing the 
Velcro Obstacle Course. 



Jen Grady puts her sno-cone on 
ice while she leaves her mark on 
the Annenbers Center sidewalk. 



TGIS. 



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The annual Jun- 
ior/Senior semi -formal is 
a chance for couples or 
friends to leave behind the 
demands of the ending 
semester and enjoy a 
relaxing night out. 

Hosted by the 
Radison Penn Harris Ho- 
tel, the night began with a 
formal dinner. Guests 
could chose from chicken, 
pasta primavera, or sir- 
loin tips as their main 
course. Afterwards, many 
returned to their rooms to 
change into more comfort- 
able clothes for dancing. 



Students returned 
to the ballroom later that 
night when the dance be- 
gan. Music was provided 
by a disc jockey, and 
guests experimented with 
all forms of dancing imag- 
inable. 

For the early ris- 
ers, a continental break- 
fast was provided Sunday 
morning before checkout. 
For the less ambitious, 
checkout came far too 
early. 

Doing the tango. Mary Griffith 
and Chuck Hartzel slow dance to 
the last sons of the night. 





look. Mom. no hands' Matt 
Hem/ floats above the crowd as 
he is passed from person to 
person 



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b) the DJ. these students make 
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Some of the more outgoing juniors and 
seniors take to the dance floor to demonstarte 
their free spirit. 

Entwined in each other's arms, Katie Frillig 
and her date smile before going down to the 
ballroom. 



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Stopping for the roving photographer, thi 

small group posed one last time before 
lea> ing the formal. 



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Sharing a dance. Brian 
Falck sweet-talks a smile 
onto Kelly Calnon's face. 




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Commencement 



The morning of 
May 20, 1995, found se- 
niors awaking to bright 
sunshine and even 
brighter visions of their 
futures. Laughter, shouts, 
and words of congratula- 
tions filled the air as par- 
ents and friends sought 
out the soon-to-be-gradu- 
ates even before the cer- 
emony began. By ten 
o'clock, everyone began 
to drift towards the dell to 
await the ceremony. 

This year's com- 
mencement speaker, 
Kenneth L. Wolfe, Chief 
Executive Officer of 
Hershey Foods, urged the 
graduates to appreciate the 



changes that have occured 
in the work place over the 
past thirty years. With 
the changes has come 
more challenging work, 
but also more satisfying 
and rewarding results. 

Following the ad- 
dress, the degrees were 
conferred upon the mem- 
bers of the graduating 
class, and class president 
Tricia Campbell pre- 
sented the class gift. The 
Class of 1995 chose to 
construct a gazebo and 
brick patio near Lake 
Palacida as a lasting re- 
minder of their presence, 
and a contribution to the 
beauty of the campus. 




Melissa RlK-n. Denise Houser, 
( laterina Grieco, and Claudia 
Natali proudl) displa} their 
diplomas foi the photographer. 



Vi< tory! Graduates lefl the stage 
in ,i variet) of ways, .ill happily 
expressing theii enthusiasm 




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Kathryn McCluskey is a! 
smiles as President 
Speigler awards her her 
diploma. 



Class President Tricia 
Campbel] shared words oi 
u isdom \\ ith her fellow 
classmates as the\ prepare 
to enter the real world. 



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"By the power vested in 
me by the state of 
Pennsylvania. . ." 
President Speigler had the 
honor of conferring the 
degrees upon the 
graduates. 



Adding an amusing 
diversion to the ceremony 
graduates started an 
impromptu beach ball 
volleyball game. 




Tamil)) Ireland. Kim Smith, ami 
Maryellen Pierantozzi seek each 
other out after the ceremony to 
share hugs and congratulations 



speakers words to heart 
as he waits i" receive In 

diploma 



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Quad-mates Marie Considine. Tracie Danzeisen, Keri Killeen. 
and Karen Rosetti share a group hug with Brian Torbeck. 



Chris Black and Rebecca Blow smile as they wait to process 
out of the dell. 




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Graduates saluted their Michael Anderson looks 

friends and family as they innocent enough, but at his feel 
crossed the staae. is a baa full of water balloons! 



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Seniors 



Senior. The word instantly conjures 
up images of caps and gowns, diplomas and 
resumes. It reflects the qualities of determina- 
tion, responsibility, and hard work that have 
been expended by individuals striving for ex- 
cellence. And for those who wear the title, it 
means images of the future coming into 
sharper focus as graduation day grows closer. 

After spending the best part of two 
decades in the classroom, the members of the 
Class of 1995 have reached the pinnacle of 
their undergraduate years. For some, it means 
relocating and continuing their education in 
search of a higher degree. For others, it 
means beginning the job search and entering 
the work force. Either way, as seniors pack 
up their belongings and turn in their keys, they 
are closing the door on the past four years of 
their lives, and opening the door into then- 
future. 

Regardless of the path they chose, se- 
niors leaving Elizabethtown College carry 
with them the values and knowledge they 
have gained during their years of study here. 
Encouraged by the support of family, friends, 
and faculty members, they step into their fu- 
ture with confidence and optimisim. Four 
years of preparation are about to bear fruit. 



Section Editors: Kristen Power & Melanie Davis 




Seiiors 



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Tiffanie M. Aceto 

Elementary Education 

Elizabeth A. Aigner 

English 

Secondary Education 

Brooke S. Allison 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Tracy A. Amati 

Business Administration 

Christopher Amato 
Biology/Pre-Med 

Michael J. Anderson 

Social Work 






Mark P. Antonio 
Accounting 

Christa Arscott 

Communication 

Erica R. Austin 

Business Administration 



Bradley E. Baer 

Business Administration 

Jennifer R. Bankard 
Music Therapy 

Heather L. Bard 
Occupational Therapy 




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Mike Bardzick 

Communications 

Harry G. Barnes Jr. 

Chemistry/Physics 
Secondary Education 

Jean M. Barthold 

Business Administration 



Debra A. Bechtold 
Elementary Education 

Denee Beever 

Business Administration 

Michele L. Bell 
Occupational Therapy 



Christopher L. Bentzel 

Elementary Education 

Jennifer L. Bentzel 

English 

Secondary Education 

Violet Berki 

Business Administration 



Michelle L. Bixler 

Psychology 

Christopher E. Black 

Communications 

Jeremy M. Blanche 

Business Administration 



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Rebecca H. Blow 

English 

Eric N. Bolton 

Computer Engineering 

Melissa A. Bonadonna 

Communications 



Julie A. Boring 

Occupational Therapy 

Marisa L. Bowman 

Occupational Therapy 

Jill R. Brett 

Accounting 



Dorothy E. Brown 
Psychology 

Julie A. Brown 

Social Work 

Marc A. Brown 
Sociology/ 'Anthropology 



Jenny R. Burd 

Social Work 

Kelly Burk 

Business Administration 

Jill E. Burke 

Business Administration 




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Kara A. Burkett 

Social Studies 
Secondary Education 

Melinda Burrell 

Political Science 

Monica Byington 
Occupational Therapy 



Doreen R. Callaghan 

Business Administration 

Tricia M. Campbell 

Communications 
Aaron E. Cargas 

Accounting 



Faye H. Carter 

Occupational Therapy 

Annette L. Cashner 

English 

Stephanie J. Cessna 

Environmental Science 



Paul W. Chell 

Philosophy 

Beth L. Christie 

Occupational Therapy 
Andrew Ciesielka 

Computer Science 



Seniors 









Lynn M. Cole 

Music Education/ 
Music Therapy 

John Colella 
History 

Rebecca A. Coleman 

Social Work 



Nicole T. Concodora 

Psychology 

Marie L. Considine 
Elementary Education 

Mathew J. Cook 

Communications 



James N. Cordery, Jr. 

Social Studies 
Secondary Education 

Chad A. Corley 

Mathematics 
Liza Crall 

Elemenlarx Education 



Travis J. Crozier 

Elementary Education 

Tiffany D. Cummings 
Communications 

Holly M. Custer 
Occupational Therapy 




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Tracie A. Danzeisen 

Elementary Education 

Amy S. Davenport 

Occupational Therapy 

Melanie J. Davis 

Elementary Education 



Akshat Divatia 

Political Science 
Bongiwe Dlamini 

Communications 

Christine Donmoyer 

Biochemistrx 



Kelly J. Donovan 

Elementary Education 

Jeff DuBosq 

Social Studies 
Secondary- Education 

Todd E. Eicker 

Mathematics 



Robert R. Ellis 

Accounting 
Scott M. Elvin 

History 

Natalie K. Eshleman 

Business Administration 



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Kelly Henning, Jill Burke, and Christa Arscotl 
make the most of the relaxing atmosphere 
during the Senior Barbeque. 



A communications major through and 
through. Lisa del/ cannot seem lo tear 
herself awaj from Steinman 



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I'll trade my banana for your hotdog! Although rain drove the seniors indoors for the 

Shawn Seagrist and Brian Torbeck annual barbeque, that didn't keep Gretchen 

compare lunches at one of their last Yeager, Ginger Wallace, Sheldonna Hertzog, 

meals at the caf. and Pete Wolfrom from having a great time. 




As RAs, Jill Brett and Rhonda Millin never know when they'll be 
faced with stressful situations. Luckily they'll be prepared with 
these homemade stress balls. 



The thrill of crossing the stage and receiving 
the diploma just cannot be contained! 



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Jodi L. Esten 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Brian G. Falck 

Business Administration 

Brenda S. Fasolka 

Communications 



Amy R. Faust 

Music Education 

Diana K. Faust 

Psychology 

Creighton C. Faust III 

Communications 



Nicole K. Files 
Psychology 

Shannon Finnegan 
Social Work 

Kimberly A. Foerster 

Music Therapy 



Mark K. Foreman 

Business Administration 

Jennifer L. Forney 

Political Science 

Trisha S. Forney 

Communications 




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Christine M. Fosko 

English 

Secondary Education 

Elizabeth C. Foster 

Early Childhood Education 

Jennifer L. Fouchet 

Business Admin is t ration 



Lisa A. Frain 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementarv Education 



Katie Friling 
Elementary Education 



Brian J. Frost 

Chemistry 



Barbara Fussaro 

Communications 

Stacey A. Gehrig 
Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Megan Gehringer 

Communications 






Lisa K. Getz 

Communications 
Marco Giancroce 

Environmental Science 

Robert Gratalo 
Accounting 



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Caterina N. Grieco 
Psychology 

Scott J. Grossman 
Accounting 

Joseph A. Guarino, Jr. 

Business Administration 



Joseph T. Guber 

Business Administration 

Anthony M. Guerrera 

History 

Ashli L. Guida 

Psychology 



Amy C. Guyotte 

Psychology 

Heather A. Haldeman 

Business Administration 

Raymond C. Hall 

Business Administration 



Brett J. Hamsher 

Business Administration 

Jennifer S. Harleman 
Mathematics 
Secondary Education 

Gary D. Harner 
Biology/Allied Health 




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Pamela D. Harris 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Gretchen E. Hartigan 

Mathematics 

Glenn C. Hartman 

Biology 



Sandra J. Hartman 

Biology/Pre-Med 

Charles W. Hartsell, Jr. 

Bit. sin ess Adm in ist ration 

Matthew L. Heinz 
Physics 



Jonathan L. Hendl 

English 

Kelly A. Henning 

Communications 

Cynthia D. Herring 
English 



Sheldonna Hertzog 

Business Administration 

Suzanne J. Heslop 

Occupational Therapy 

Heather R. Hevvson 

Communications 



Seniors 






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Rebecca Holcomb 

Occupational Therapy 

Denise M. Houser 

Business Administration 



Matthew J. Hueting 
Mathematics 



Tara Hunt 

Communications 

Helen Hurst 

Liberal Studies 

Susan E. Hyman 
Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Tammy L. Ireland 

Elementary Education 

Kelly L. Jackson 

Communications 

Michele L. Johnson 

Occupational Therapy 



Jennifer R. Jordan 

Music Therapy 

Elizabeth R. Jumper 

Elementary Education 

Jennifer C. Kabatt 

Chemistry 




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Derick S. Kauffman 
Business Adminsitration 

Jones Kaumba 

Communications 

Kimberly D. Kaunitz 

Biology/Pre-Med 



Kelly Keeney 

Psychology 

Nancy Keller 
Occupational Therapy 

Susan J. Kelley 

Music Education 



Nick Kenien 

English 

Laura J. Kenlin 

Music Education 

Janet L. Kennedy 

Occupational Therapy 



Jennifer M. Kennedy 

English 

Keri L. Killeen 
Biology 

Stacey A. Knerr 

Mathematics 
Secondary Education 






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Ayelet Rosenfeld, Kris Landry, and Jessica Phillips slop in the 
BSC to examine the latest additions for their scrapbooks. 



Marimba Winston volunteers her time at Midway. 




"Will the candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Science please stand. . . . 
Bebra Bechtold, Danielle Becker, and Denee Beever anxiously await their 
summons to the stage. 



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Susan G. Kohlweiler 

Business Administration 

Stacy L. Koll 
Elementary Education 

Joseph E. Kondisko 
Elementary Education 



Sherri K. Koontz 

Communications 

Karen M. Koskowicz 

Chemistry/Med-tech 

Nicole M. Kreider 

Communications 



Kristina Kruse 

Business Administration 

Martha J. Ladd 
History 

Wendy A. Lamb 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Lore A. Lamoreaux 

Communications 

Kristine A. Landry 

Busbies* Administration 

Eric T. Lane 

Communications 



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John H. Leaman 

Biology 

Allison M. Leffler 

English 

Shannon L. Leonhard 
Psychology 



Luke W. Livingston 

History 

Gayla A. Love 

Business Administration 

James A. Love 

Music Education 



Christopher D. Lowe 

Mathematics 

Ann M. Madden 

Political Science 
Keith A. Mahoney 

Computer Science 



Mark Makary 

Business Administration 

Thabiso Makintane 

Communications 

Elizabeth C. Marshall 

Occupatinal Therapy 






Seniors 



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Debra A. Martins 
Occupational Therapy 

Matthew A. Maslin 
Business Administration 

Violet Mastellone 

Social Studies 
Secondary Education 



Amy E. Matas 
Psychology 

Susan Mazurkevich 
Elementary Education 

Brian A. McCall 

Political Science 



Kirstin McClune 

Occupational Therapy 

Kathryn H. McCluskey 

Music Therapy 

Sherilyn M. McFadden 
Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



John McGinley 

English 

Suzanne A. McKenna 

Elementary Education 

Robert J. McManus 
Biology/Chemistry 




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Amita Mehta 

Business Administration 

Amy K. Messinger 

Occupational Therapy 

Heidi Metzger 

Social Work 



Mary A. Miller 
Music Tfierapy 

Megan D. Miller 

Communications 

Sheri L. Miller 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Rhonda M. Millin 

Communications 

Matthew J. Mitchell 
Social Studies 
Secondary Education 

Michael J. Mohr 
Biology/Pre-Med 



Daniela Mollar 

Psychology 

Kristin M. Montaperto 

Sociology/Anthropology 

Beth L. Morgan 

Psychology 



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Joseph P. Morrin III 

English 

Benjamin D. Motz 

Psychology 

Louise Mound 

Biology 



Amy L. Moyer 
Psychology 

Tammy A. Muff 
Computer Science 

Maura R. Munley 

Occupational Therapy 



Nicolas Musmanni 
International Business 

Beth A. Nagle 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Jessie Nalpathanchil 

Business Administration 



Claudia A. Natali 

Elementary Education 

Laura C. Nelson 
Elementary Education 

Christine D. Nichols 

Communications 




M Seniors 




Leslie D. Nichols 
Occupational Therapy 

Laura J. Niclaus 

Occupational Therapy 

Nicholas B. Nusbaum 
Accounting 



Megan C. O'Brien 

Biology/Pre-Med 

Laurie F. O'Hop 
Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Maria L. Ocone 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Brian S. Ogle 
Elementary Education 

Julie A. Ogurcak 

Business Administration 

Suzanne L. Orrs 

Mathematics 
Secondary Education 



Elizabeth A. Pahl 

English 

Heather L. Palmer 
Elementary Education 

Douglas C. Panner 

Communications 



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B) the time we're seniors, we've mastered ihe 
art of reading and walking at the same lime. 
< linger Wallace never breaks stride as she 
turns to page two. 



Alter lunch, it's on to the BSC in the hopes of finding some mail Marisa 
Bowman. Martha Ladd. and Megan O'Brien BR used to the routine 



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Damon Parrish 




Biochemistry 




Jennifer M. Paulus 




Psychology 




Aric Pedersen 




English 




Dominic M. Perazza, Jr 




Biology/Pre-Med 




Sarah E. Perry 




Music Therapy 




Jane E. Petko 




Mathematics 








Jessica E. Phillips 




Communications 




Amy M. Piazza 




Occupational The ropy 
MaryEllen Pierantozzi 




Elementary Education 








Laura Pisani 




Social Work 




Rebecca Price 




Business Administration 




Michael D. Reddig 




Physics 




Si i ondary Education 




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Jennifer D. Reedman 
Accounting 

Amy J. Renninger 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Melissa M. Rhen 
Occupational Therapy 



Timothy M. Richardson 

Political Science/English 

Susan A. Richie 
Biology 

Andrew S. Ritchey 

Business Administration 



Teresa L. Ritchie 

Communications 

Jennifer Roddy 

Business Administration 

Elizabeth A. Rohrer 

Occupational Therapy 



Frederick A. Rommel II 

Communications 

John F. Rorick, Jr. 

Communications 

Ayelet A. Rosenfeld 

Communications 



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Karen A. Rosetti 

Mathematics 
Joan R. Rossini 

Social Work 

Michael C. Rubinkam 
Communications/Political 
Science 



Christopher Rumbaugh 

Secondary Education 

Julie A. Russack 

Business Administration 

Bethany J. Sabaka 

Music Therapy- 



Lisa A. Schellhorn 

Business Administration 

Matthew Schildknecht 
Business 

Jennifer L. Schillig 

English 



Michael Schlotterbeck 

Communications 

Kevin Schmalenberger 
Biology/ Chemistry 

Karen N. Schott 
Psychology 




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Pamela J. Schuette 

Biology 

Derek A. Scott 

English 

Shawn Seagrist 

Business Administration 



Robert W. Sevret, Jr. 

Political Science 

Joseph M. Sgrignioli 
English 

Heather G. Sheldon 

Occupational Therapy 



Heather M. Showalter 

Elementary Education 

Stephanie Sides 

Communications 

Felix Simelane 
Communications 



Steven E. Sinkway 
History 

Brenda G. Smearman 
Occupational Therapy 

Alison P. Smith 

Occupational Therapy 



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Deanna L. Smith 

Communications 

Karen M. Smith 
£a/7v Childhood/ 

Elementary Education 

Kimberly A. Smith 

Elementary Education 



Arlisa J. Snavely 

Occupational Therapy 

Robert W. Spencer 

Business Administration 

Andrew C. Spragg 

Religious Studies 



Gary F. Sprengel 

Communications 

Tanya M. Stevens 
Accounting 

Wendy Stevens 

Sociology/Anthropology 



Pamela M. Stiner 

Business Administration 

Abigail L. Stoler 
Elementary Education 

Laurie A. Strehl 

Occupational Therapy 




72 Seniors 







Amie C. Stutler 
Music Therapy/Music 

Education 

Karyn N. Suffredini 

Communications 

Do Sunho 

Communications 



Kathleen E. Sweeny 

Communications 

Jessica S. Sypniewski 

Communications 

Betsy A. Thomas 

Communications 



Christopher Thompson 

Communications 

Brian K. Torbeck 

International Business 

Heidi C. Trexler 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Marcy A. Troutman 
Accounting 

Danielle Tully 

Mathematics 

Rebecca A. Uber 

Business Administration 



Carrie P. Uhlig 

Psychology 

Judson Wagner 

Physics 

Secondary Education 

Matthew Wagner 
History 



Christopher M. Walker 

Mathematics 

Ginger K. Wallace 

Communications 
Martha A. Warner 

Occupational Therapy 



Kristen Watts 
Social Work 

Lisa Weachter 

Business Administration/ 
Computer Science 

Sherry A. Weaver 

Business Administration 



Daniel A. Webb 
Psychology 

Susan Weiss 
Sociology/Anthropology 

Elizabeth A. Whelan 
Psychology 




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Drew G. Whitmore 

Computer Science 

Sarah E. Wilcke 

Environmental Science 

Marimba Winston 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Paula L. Witman 

Psychology 

Peter R. Wolfrom 

Accounting 

Gretchen S. Yeager 

English 



Gary L. Yeager, Jr. 

Business A dm in istra tion/ 
Accounting 



Dina L. Zarrella 
Social Work 

Audry M. Zawislak 

Elementary Education 



Kelly E. Zwiebel 
Accounting 



If you're looking for Doreen 
Callaghan, you can usually find 
her in the BSC cramming for 
her next exam. 



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As one of the senior class representatives. 
Creighton Faust proceeds across the soccer 
field during the halftime ceremonies at 
Homecoming. 




Laurie Strehl and Marisa Bowman offer each 
other congratulations on their four-year 
accomplishment 



In then roles as Mana and Tony, Kathryn 
McC'hiskey and Mike Scharfenberget 
contributed their talents to create a phenom 
enal production ol West Side Story. 



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Heather Hewson and Doug Panner stop in passing to 
compare weekend plans. 

Even Mother Nature was smiling as the Class of 1 995 received 
their degrees. Stacy Koll and Heidi Trexler share their happiness 
with their families. 





Be it fair weather or foul. Ferd Bikle and Lee Sitter can usually be found on the BSC terrace talking u it li friends 



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Say cheese! A picture is worth a 
thousand words, and we created a section 
with many of the memories we've captured 
on film this year. In addition to the events 
we have recorded within these pages, each 
student makes his or her own unique scrap- 
book of memories, including scenes from 
the first Into the Streets, to the gradual rais- 
ing of the chapel. 

Freshmen started the first page in 
their album, arriving on campus to a whole 
new panorama. Meanwhile, the cameras 
continued to click for sophomores and jun- 
iors, adding to the portfolios they had al- 
ready begun. As the years go by, the tales of 
our lives can be told with the many "Kodak 
moments" these photos portray. 

Whether a novice or a pro, photogra- 
phers had many opportunities to use their 
skills. Cameras were crucial at once-in-a- 
lifetime events such as Homecoming, Win- 
ter Wonderland, and the holiday dinners. 
On the other hand, photos were also snapped 
at the most inopportune moments, snagging 
shots of times you would rather forget. 
However, whether the rolls of film are filled 
with posed portraits or catchy candids, the 
pictures are lasting reminders that will help 
us all keep a sharper image of these memo- 
ries in our minds. 



Section Editor: Jessica Lester 




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This has all the signs of a good study 
session, including some midnight snacks. 
Fred Fiondella and Larisa Crewalk take a 
break to pose for the camera. 



Seeing a clean desktop is an unusual 
sight, but you know what they say, 
an organized desk is the sign of an 
organized mind. . . Rob La Grassa 
concentrates on his work. 




Nintendo 101 is one of die most time-consuming demands of college life Dan 

Andros and Jell Hauerly study it diligently. 



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Underclassmen 



"Home is anywhere I hang my hat. 



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2-N Row 1: Todd Kreider, Joe Matteo. Joe Guarino Row 2: Brian 
Jaskelewicz, Tim Waters, Ben League. Joe Vollmer. Todd Gingrich. 
Cam Vogt Row 3: Charlie Putt, Tom Symuleski. Steve Schissler, 
Marc Brown, Scott McKenzie, R.L. Wilber 



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2-S Row 1: Brad Karli, Brian Rosenberger, Mark Makary, Chris 
Helsel. Kevin Latchford. Yasuhiro Suzuki Row 2: JeffEichom, 
Bill Reasner. Mike Hartman. Jeff Pufnock. Jeff Papst, Bob 
Sheninger Row 3: Kyle Little. Rob Grinnell. B.J. Mikulski. Chris 
Kochansky. Curtis Coaxum. Mike Moore. Vin Schmidt. Dan 
Shelton. Dave Levinskv 




3-N Row 1: Jon Weinstein. Matt Lankenau. Kris Bleecher Row 2: 
Andy Brill. John Dechert. Glen Zeigler, Matt Kepner. Josh Brackbill, 
Brad Sabo, Federico Fiondella, Matt Ohlinger, Scott Macintosh Row 
3: Greg Simmons, Adam Cervin. Dan Johnson. George Crampton 



3-S Row 1 : Rob Armstrong. Brad Spicer. Jeff Mohler Row 2: 
Clint Shifflett. Dusty Sent/. Ryan Ahalt. Adam Radday. Alec 
Duchatellier Row 3: Jeremy Keiter. Jon Flood. John Canney. Paul 
Lampasona. Jeremy Raimo 



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By tomorrow I should be ready for today. 



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A-l Row 1: Beth Wintergreen. Rebecca DiEgidio. Sallie Mohr, 
Amy Pelesky Row 2: Jill Kazinski, Carrie Redin. Renee Kerstetter, 
Kim Porter. Deb Verity. Christa Frantz. Lynne Brumbaugh, Julie 
Harris Row 3: Sarah Hessong. Jenn Huryk, Theresa Curtman. Laura 
Reiker. Nikole Yunginger, Maria Kipp. Jill Stebbins 




A-2 Row I Jennifer Owens, Elizabeth Hernandez, Angie Gates, Gwer 
Roush, Beth Morgan, Fran Kennel. Craig Ben/, Kelly Calnon Row 2: 
Melissa Mirkovich, Ann Stemelski, James Rose, Mike Gemma. Shaun 

Weiss. Ann Bowels. B.nh MacMillian, Kim Guesslord, Katie Donovan. 

Sandy Tayloi Row 3: Richard Krebs, Craig Waltman, Francis Schodowski, 

David Randall, Mark Clapper, Mike Burke. Mike Workman. Brock 
McCleary, Albert Miller. Mark Ginter 




A-3 Row 1: Stephanie Kerstetter. Kristyn McCann. KimberK 
Daugherty, Barbara Turnhaugh. Nicole Concorda. Dorothy Brown. 
Lora Crawford. Gina Ghoubrial. Tom Sofield Row 2: PhilSpeer, 
F.rick Rommel. Jennifer l.isinski. Erin McCarthy, Julie Bateinan. 
Matt Ellis, Jane-tie Miller, Sue Ittleson Row 3: Daniel Jones, Joe 
Chipriano, Tonj Masimore, Dave Gruska, Sean Sutcs 




B-l Row I: Jennifer Strine, Jen Schmitt, Cath) Deyo, Heathet 
Dalrymple, Beth Foremslrj Row 2: Julie Meckley, Amanda 
( llifton, I i.k j lackson 



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B-2 Row I Mike Lena, Chris Ruley, Dario Mescia. Tara Soffienn' 
Gordon, I ino Mescia, Marc I ancaster, Bekki Small Row 2 Mike Connor, 
Don I igarola, Marya Bowman, Jotti Brandon, I indnj I aurence, Nicole 
Karmatz, Maarten Verkoren, Eric Swab, Jason Folk Row < la vier de Cuba, 
m.ik i.i Fritz, Erin Grigaids, Radelle Sweely, Kristin I efller, Marissi Panco 



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Vanessa Paroby and Lisa 
Vagnoni offer free laundry 
service with a smile. 



Procrastination anyone? Carrie Redin and Julie Harris practice out in the hal 




(above left) Anyone up for a piggy-back 
race? Kevin Yardley and Deborah 
Whitcas are ready for the challenge! 



B-.1 Row 1 : Todd Picker, J;iimic Arndt, Jonathan Everett, Kellie Honser. Mercedes Menendez Row 2: 
Becky Anthony. Alison Mitchell. Lesley Miller. Brenda Wessel, Amy LeBar. Jen Kulicki, Amy 
Hollenbacher, Amy Woodward. Linda Kohlweiler, Melissa Hoppman Row 3: Maureen Smyth. Rich 
Lucas. Amy Whitney. Dave Khanlian, Sarah Alexander. Mark Kraenbring, Jennifer Timmins Row 4: 
Kevin Kelly. JoeBoh Rutkowski, Ken Myers, Trevor Morris. Jeff Hibhert. Pal Smith. Zach Pond 



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Mark Clapper and Fran Schodowski give 
us their best. 






\shleigh Harclerode catches up on the 
latest news 



CI Row I DaveSpahl ROW 2: Robert Alexander, Brian 
Dombrowski, Charlie Grimes, Fidelis Femu, Kevin Rhodes, Dan 

( linstian 



"No one will ever win the battle of the sexes. There's too 
much fraternizing with the enemy. " - Henry Kissinger 




C-2 ROW 1: Kerrie Banner, Michelle Pierce. Melanie Reiser ROW 2: Becky 
Takacs, Carrie Smyth. Tiffany Wagner. Melissa White. Marsha Cassel. Cindy 
Bock, Valerie Oswald ROW 3: Trudie Pabor. Missy Grey. Mae DeLuca, 
Julie Mann. Amanda Barford, Jamie Skone, Lisa Karris, Jennifer Hess ROW 
4: Merel Corstius, Kathleen Zimmermann, Shannon McCarthy. Michelle 
Gantz, Lindsay Hamilton. Paula Valenti, Nicole Haentjens. Paula Witman 




C-3ROW 1: Jason Lesinski. James Cordery. Hiro Suzuki, Rusty Wolfe, 
Maria Escudero. Katie Barkley, Jill Brandt, Tammy Robson, Mary Boebel 
ROW 2: Tom Yencho, Michelle Babe. Ian Buckwalter. John Goldin, Neile 
Thiry, Jennifer Ferguson, Stephanie Leuthe ROW 3: Hideo Harada. Tom 
Dorenzo, Bill Miller, Dave Hoffman, Jill Moyer, Alyssa Conrad, Samantha 
Hess, Brenda Smearman, Rachel Albright, Darlene Robinson, Misty Johannes 



D-l ROW 1: Bill Troutman. Rachel Karter. Ashleigh Harclerode, 
Jessica Beach, Alison Breonner. Christine Fosko ROW 2: Jason 
Berkenstock, Susan Lawrence, Tammy Muff. Joann Grabowski. Bob 
Miller ROW 3: Josh Mackley, Kristian Bellemare. Tom Mulvey. 
Gina Kaiser, Jeffrey Smith, Greg Phelan, Dave Heimbach 




D-2 ROW I : Danielle Sentz, Michelle Janicki ROW 2: Maja Vukmirovic. 
Glenn Neufeld. Tessa Van DerGracht. Carol Rawcliffe, Valerie Brockle. 
Heather Bowditch, Lisa Vagnoni. Kim Merkle, Eric Cushing, Kerstin Sinclair 
Christine Eberle, Joe Ciccone ROW 3: Joe Wissenbach, Shane Serpico, 
Vivien Bahrmann, Karen LeVan, Denis Minin 



D-3 ROW 1: Nicole Steinbugl. Karen Pados. Julie Welsh. Gus. Andrea 
Seidman, Ferd Bikle ROW 2: Mike Lehman. Jason Duncan. Terri Phillips. 
Shannon Kmet ROW 3: Malt Hueting. Veronica Adams. Jennifer DeWitt. 
Brian Falck, Lee Sitter. Andy Miller. Toni Tutino, Tony Goodman. Debbie 
Rohrer ROW 4: Kelly Donovan. Betsy Thomas, Jon Cramer. Tom Saurer, 
Steve Tomas, Hajime Nambu. Gabe Penaloza 



Founders 



"I'm not happy. I'm cheerful. There's a difference. A happy woman has no 
cares at all A cheerful woman has cares but has learned how to deal with them. " 

- Beverly Sills 




l-E ROW 1: Jennifer Bard, Helene Bartkovsky, Laurie Melson. 
Jennifer Freisinger ROW 2: Meredith Baldino, Heather Jacobson, 
Jen Tinder 




2-E ROW1: Steph Muth. Heather MacMillan, Angela Dalla Palu 
ROW 2: Cindy Pinches, Tracy Gilbert, Jill Birtwell. Jen Dee. Amy 
Keich, Michelle Fredette. Kelly Reed. Jodi Riccardi, Dana Malley 
ROW 3: Karyn McKinney. Heather Rauch. Julie Fitz, Zoey 
Schnure 



3-E ROWl: Jennifer Trifari, Meg Mowrer. Lena Poff ROW 2: Tami 

Ritchey, Dana Berglund. Haiti Blackowicz, Dawn Robots, Wendj Irvine, 
Jaime Wiedenhaefer ROW 3: Jessica Lester. Barbara Bottaro. Beth 
Chisholm, Jami Krause. Dawn HarnK. Jen Bashore. Amanda Franks ROW 4: 
Cam Warlleld. Doreen Proctor, Amanda Collett, KnMi Scott. Autumn 
Griebel. Sara Mooney ROW 5: Slaci Ferguson, Nicole Johnson, Erica H.ii.is 



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2-W ROW I: Jaime Heckman, Julie Heiland, Melissa Guenzel, 

Danielle Shuss. Carolyn Coope) Row 2: Erica Brown. Holly Jackson. 
Lara Kuliszewski, Jen Wolf. Car) Brandenberger, Denise 
M.isirogiovanni. Reem Issa. Katie M.ichuc ROW *■ Pally Hartnian. 
Tracy Bemer, Cathy Iflland. Jennifer Gavin 

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.VW ROW 1: Alyssa Sniffen. Jill Stinc. Julie Morris, \ilecn 
Mansueto, leannette Visco ROW 2: Am\ True. Steph Maurer, Heidi 
Frank. Sarah Cornell. Ja\.inna Kopp, Annellc I ee ROW I Jamie 
Harrington, Michele I aRocca, Jennie Wydra, Kate Miller, I rin 
Delanc>. I.uni Ochs. Becky Salko. J(x1\ Much 






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PRESERVATION 




"Okay, who's next?" Erica Haray does 
Dana Berglund's hair. 



Meg Mowrer and Lena Poff model their 
prize possession. 




Preservation is a residence 
hall like no other. When asked, 
the residents listed these reasons 
for making it their home away 
from home: 

1. Having a single 

2. My own space 

3. If the room is a mess, so be 
it, no one else will mind. 

4. Everyone is very friendly; 
we get along great! 

5. I get the quiet time I want, 
but when I want to talk, 
someone is always there. 



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ROW I: Stacey Stanczak Row 2: Amy Renninger, Susan Glickman, 
Alexandra Ettinger, Erin Brett. Regina Sipler ROW 3: Priscilla 
Millin, Elizabeth Heiser, Erin Romano, Jennifer Schillig 



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Three's company-Monica Davis, Loretta 
Rossow and Melissa Sarraf catch up on the 
latest news. 




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Thai doesn't look like assigned reading! 

Roh Smith takes a break from the 
demands ot classwork to enjo\ .1 good 

book 



A-l Chris Qauser, Jon.ith.in Sloihour. Thomas Webber. Tim Berg, 
Mitch Murtoff, Ethan Crama 



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". . .and it's still true, no matter how old you are, when you go out into the world it 
is best to hold hands and stick together. " 

—Robert Fulghum 




, A-2 Row 1: Thomas Conjar Row 2: Mike Fell. Ralph Ivory. Matt 
Bekelja, Dan Bartoli, Chad Maurer. Joe Fourhman Row 3: Scott 
Siegel. Kevin Bond. Mark Yingling. Chris Parker. Mark Swartz, 
Gary Merrill 



A-3 Row 1: Natalie Miller. Melissa Zeigler, Loretta Rossow, Sarah 
VanCamp. Kate Walsh Row 2: Jodi Raffensberger. Lori Shaw, 
Marcy Daniels, Cynthia Tucker, Jessica Miller, Suzie Jefferis, Linda 
Conway, Gina Kazanicka Row 3: Monica Davis. Noelle Heinhold. 
Lisa Menan, Jeanne Ellis, Christine Irving 




Basement Row 1: Tim McHarness, Bob Herman, Scott Fedezko, 
Andy Burkholder, Bob Heyl Row 2: Billy Maichle, Judson Wagner, 
Joey Kondisko, Jamie Munjack. Jon Robb. Matt Diehl 



B-l Row 1: Meghan Krusman. Liza Hahn. Susan Albright, Christal Deeter, 
Christa Reggie, Nina Carello Row 2: Susan DeHaan. Tammy Herrmann, 
Christine Schirmer, Mary Shaffer. Mary Bleiler. Abbie Stoler. Michelle 
Lemke Row 3: Nancy Armstrong, Kelly Hamilton. Jessica Sypniewski. Ami 
Desmond. Sandi Robinson. Kara Burkett. Krystina Cierkowski, Heidi 
Kraenbrina. Laura Massimini, Heidi Rufner 




B-2 Row 1: John Scotto, Doug Hess. Jerry Scotto Row 2: Terry 
McElmoyle, Mike Penrod Row 3: Jamie Morgan. Chris Figura, 
Mike DeCarlo Row 4: Brian Dougherty, David Cappuccio, Scott 
Ressler. Stephen Fowler. John Manis. Edward Burke Row 5: Steve 
Zawisky, Brian DeFilippis, Matt Miller. Jeffrey Boyd 



B-3 Row I: Amanda Applegate. Erin Keefe. Jeanna Arnold. Kristen 
Hagenbuch. Becky Carlson. Catherine Lord. Christine Fantasia. Jamie Kocher 
Row 2: Barbara Faniini. Julie Bel/. Jennifer Lynn. Marissa Kepner. Lottie 
Smith. Erin Mackey. Jessica Gensler. Kathy Be/d/iecki. Adnanne McClendon 
Row 5: Dina Robbins, Heather Wiley. Melanie Hard. Heather Sheldon. 
Michelle Troutman. Becca Monaghan. Alison Moms. Tncia McDonald 



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"A friend is a present you give yourself. " 

- Robert Louis Stevenson 




l-S ROW 1: Jenny Baker, Sara Zimmer. Debbie Fetter. Lori Raver, 
Kristen Power ROW 2: Kelly Zwiebel. Amy Lueckel. Michelle 
Hahn, Adrianne Bratis. Li/ Mallon. Tammy Hayes, Lori Mohr ROW 
3: Angie Miller. Kim Lotts. Rhonda Millin 



2-N ROW 1: Amy Kijanka. Jill Brett ROW 2: Heidi Gasswinl. 
Sharon Igielski. Molly Muir. Amy Smolnik. Jodee Gahrs. Susan 
Adsitt ROW 3: Karen Schradin. Cindi Rusin. Jenny Munson ROW 
4: Sharon Ross. Erin Murphy. Jenn Dejewski, Krin Donnelly, Jen 
Ashley. Tara Patterson 




2-S ROW I: Kelly Abel. Michelle Tinney, Jennifer Winston, UisaCaw 
JiuK Maitocello, Aim Lindstrom Row 2 Gretchen Nonemaker, Melissa 
Baily, lodiAnn Beck, Kimberl] Dunigan, Belinda Neitz, Jen Shaw, Sue 
Eamshau Row I Miriam Zucker, Wendy Wise, Sarah Carroll, Rachel 
Miller. Beck] Hessong, Lindsej Decker row I Allein Sampieri, Sara 
Tnllor. Carrie Hepner, Melissa Nealon 



I N ROW I: Gretchen Wenger, Kathryn Kimer, Helen H.iii.ik. Knit 
Markley, \ikki Gelfo, lulie Bookhimer, Beck] (iirv. Nicole Plane] Nikki 
Wetzel ROW2 Karen rerembula. Heather Smith, Lorrie Frieae, Nancj 
Pearson, Kath] Crop, Allison Nethen, Brenda McBhaney, Jennifer Robelen, 
Aleisha Shanbargei 



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"A little more to the left..." 
Cory Loudenslager and Lori 
Schmoyer debate the 
placement of the eyes on their 
pumpkin. 



Glenn Hartman and Tammy 
Hayes enjoy a spontaneous 
meal in her room. 





Lori Raver. Wendy Wise, and Natalie 
Weiss pose with their favorite friend. 
Clark. 



1-N ROW 1: Amy Pavelko. Amy 
Bender. Nicki Foremsky ROW 2: Beth 
Manzer, Amy Good. Lisa Zimmerman. 
Rebecca Bechtel. Kristen DiMatteo. 
Dawn Jeziorski ROW 3: Sidoney 
Samuels. Michelle Hickey. Sara Jones 
ROW 4: Molly Byron. Amy Laukaitis. 
Elizabeth Peck 



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sessions are not an unusual sight 
the night before the big test. 



Becki Stephens finally gets the 
chance to write home. Oh the 
stories she can tell! 




When life gets dull m the residence halls, you >. an 
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"The most wasted of all our days are those in which we have not 
laughed. " - Nicolas-Sebastein de Chamfort 



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2-E ROW 1 : S. Ganter, L. Kessler, C. Stover, R. Oglesby, B. Loose, J. 
Kuehn, A. Herrold. K. Doyle, J. Bowman, B. Ellison, T. Smith, K. Walters, S. 
Haley ROW 2: J. Houser. A. Flory, K. Baney, L. Paladino, J. Reed, M. 
Ciccarella, J. Hillegass. A. Mirando. R. Miller ROW 3: A. Mearkle, M. 
Gabrielle. H. Peavey, M. Hastie, P. Bacso, C. Purpun, W. Albright. J. Estright, 
B. Reynolds, J. Hemminger ROW 4: R. Seipel, T. Goughler, S. Distell, T. 
Sabo. D. Beever. C. Brandt, R. Showalter 




1-E ROW 1 : M. Shaw, E. Marr. F. Ginter, A. Sales, H. Handly. A. Sheckard. 
B. Stephens, K. Nigro, J. Loftus, G. Yeager ROW 2: H. Richardson. M. 
Penney, C. Duffy, O. West, R. Scott, J. Hilinski, S. Parker, H. Nelson, S. 
Simon, J. Gottheld ROW 3: L. Mueller, C. Oiler, S. Markey, C. Charles. M. 
Enterline. M. Light. C. Wasserman, A. Shaffer. J. Martin, L. Young ROW 4: 
D. Cohen, A. Bogardus, K. Much, G. Wetzel. J. Barr. M. Lorusso. E. Bishard. 
A. Shaffer, J. Trone 




2-W ROW1: Amy Zehnder. Debra Hynoski. Mary Tnano, Christine Nelson, 
Karen Martin, Jennifer Shockley, Cathy Cresthull. Elizabeth Walker. Jennifer 
McAloon ROW 2: Maureen Zavitsky. Jessica Samolewicz. Anne Goldstein. 
Kerne Herkner. Kim Trawitz. Kirsten Poile. Kim Stauffer. Tonya Watkins. 
Stact Servia ROW 3: Kelly Sands, Lori Martin. Marlene Ressler. Robin 
Trout, Amber Troupe, Jennifer Bankard, Sharon Harrigan 




3-E ROW I: G. Addari. L. Meyer. M. Lockard. M. Hummer. L. Cathcart. N. 
Fix. J. Voshell. B. Nagle ROW 2: J. Chestnut, A. Yusinski, C. Newman. L. 
Jones. S. Bowers. G. Paoletti ROW 3: D. Whalen. I). Cassidy. K. Petterson. A 
Harrigan, A. Wilson. K. Malaney. K. Hunter ROW 4: J Kelly, K. Bankard. J. 
Pomeroy. C. Wright. S. Storck ROW 5: K. MacDonald. D. Milliron. E. Brooks 
M. Morgan. C. Taylor. T. Mills 



3-W ROW I : T. Bastas. M. Zook. J. Gaspar. J. Henry. S. Gabel. J. 
Hammes. N. Showers, A. I.ingle, J. Grady. A. Kerr. K. McNamara. J. Borro 
ROW 2: M. Christ. K. Kessler. E. Albin. D. Hirtzel. M. DiSanto. K. Fasick. 
A. Bass. J. Zarlcnga. M. Forney. C. de Souza Cosia ROW 3: J. Schmitt. 
K.KIunk. S. Hirtzel. A. Biaoski. A. Metzger, J. Mika. R. Rukno. J. Felter 



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"What lies behind you and what lies before you are tiny 
matters compared to what lies within you. " 




BRINSER RAs 

ROW 1 : Jeremy Raimo, George Crampton, Marc Brown 

ROW 2: Mark Makarv. Matt Heinz, Matt Mitchell 





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Founders RAs 

Row 1: James Cordery. Renee Kerstetter. Amy Bowers, 
Christine Fosko Row 2: Paula Witman, Jeff DuBosq, Glenn 
Neufeld, Todd Eicker. Brian Falck, Dan Jones. Fidelis Femu 



MYER RAs 

ROW 1 : Laurie Melson, Staci Ferguson, Denise Maslrogiovanni 

ROW 2: Angela Dalla Palu. Heidi Frank 








OBIRRAs ROVER RAs 

ROW I: Heather Willev. Abigail Stolcr. Jodi RalJcnshcigci. Joseph ROW I Alcish.i Shanbargcr. Stace) knorr. Rhoiul.i Millin. Sidooe) 

Kondisko ROW 2: Ralph [vory, Brian DeFilippis, John I.eaman. Samuels ROW 2: Jill Brett. Greklun Noncnukci. I'.nti tfodsOO 
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Row I : Jen Bankard, Gretchen Yeager. Beth Nagle 
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Jen Straub and Tony Guerrera relax after a 
hard day's work. 



The SDLCs put in many hard 
hours of work this year serving the 
community. Ohm Sweet Ohm 
worked towards increasing aware- 
ness of technology and multimedia. 
Harmony House served the campus 
and local elderly by offering music 
therapy and relaxation techniques. 
Also involved with the elderly, 
SHARE provided programs that are 
not readily available in our area. 
Two of the programs focused en- 
tirely on children. KIC members 
served as role models through pro- 
grams like Big Brother/Big Sister, 
and Saturday's Special held monthly 
workshops for children in grades K- 
3. SMACC devoted time to the 
environment with programs such as 
Adopt-A-Highway. Finally, Sur- 
vival of the Fittest presented news 
we all can use about health and 
fitness. 








Sarah IVns and Jennifer Jordan entertain I win Cole and kalhmi 
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'We make a living by what we get, but we make life by what we give. " 

—Norman MacEvan 




Harmony House 

Sarah Perry, Kathryn McCluskey. Jennifer Jordan. Lynn Cole 






Kids in the Community 

Rob McManus, Gary Sprengel, Drew Ciesielka, John Rorick 




Saturday's Special 

Row 1: Allison Sagan, Shanda Holland Row 2: Leslie Fetter, 
Jennifer Straub 



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Laurie O'Hop. Tanya Stevens. Amy Matas. Heather Showalter 




Students Making a Cleaner Community 

Row 1: Matt Schildknecht, Charles Hartsell, Michael Mohr 

Row 2: Drew Whitmoie. Chris Thompson. John Sloat 



Survival of the Fittest 

Holly Benner. Laura Jacobson. Heidi Balmer. Melissa McClain, 

Jeneen Rutan. Megan Matthew s 



SDLCs 



"Some people come into and out of our lives 
so quickly while others leave footprints on 
our hearts that will last forever." 



Joann Grabowski and 
Tammy Muff share a 
bear hug. 




Sue Albright, Mary Shaffer, 
and Mary Bleiler prepare for a 
night out. 



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we were so rudely interrupted 
by the camera. . ." 



Morning, noon, or night, it's nice to be 
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Faculty 

Students at Elizabethtown College en- 






joy a relationship with faculty members that is 
often absent at other schools. 

In addition to their roles as instruc- 
tors, professors also take an interest in their 
students as individuals outside of the class- 
room. It is not uncommon to find office doors 
open well into the evening, and home phone 
numbers being distributed for late-night or 
weekend conversations. These dedicated 
educators can also be found on the sidelines of 
sporting events and in the audiences of student 
performances, showing their support of the 
athletes and artists. They start out as our 
professors, but they become our mentors, our 
confidantes, and our friends. Every student 
can name at least one professor who has made 
a lasting impression through his or her caring 




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disposition. 

This year, several members of the fac- 






ulty served their last year. As they look for- 
ward to their retirement plans, colleagues and 
students wish them all the best. They have 
contributed much to the college community. 


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President's Office 

Denise Gillin, President Gerhard 
Speigler 



Treasurer's Office 

John Shaeffer 
Helen Myers 



Provost's Office 

Jean Beck, Robert Wheelersburg, 
Frederick Ritsch 



Dean's Office 

Row I: Karen Zeigler, Patricia 
Hoffman 

Row 2: Deborah Moorhead. John 
Saddlemire, Richard (rocker. James 
Milton 




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Admissions Office 

Row 1: Kim Powers. Melissa Bush. 

Linda Heiser 

Row 2: Ronald Potier, Carolyn 

Crocker, Amy Hagemann, Dan 

Evans, Kent Barnds, Margaret 

McSparren 



Alumni Office 

Jerry Garland, Julie Myers, Diane 
Salmon 



Development 

Row 1 : Olivia West. Regina Scott 
Row 2: Ellen Simpson. Mary Beth 
Matteo, Carol Garner, Joan Kuhn 
Row 3: Sally Shaneor, Doris McBeth. 
Mark Bushong, Zane Gizzi, Mike 
Pressimone, Jessica Shue, Patrick 
Hall 



College Relations 

Row 1 : Donna Berry 

Row 2: Jerry Britton, Bruce Holran. 

Matthew Mackowski 



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Residence Life 

Karen Ziegler, John Saddlemire. 
Memory D'Agostino, Deborah 
Moorhead, Joe Watson 






Chaplain's Office 

Joan Austin, Wendy Hensel 



Personal &Career Counseling 

Doris Hedrick, Andy Sagar, 
MaryAnne Waleff. Cindy Wilhelm- 
Ernharth. Beverly Piscilelli 



Continuing Education 

Row I: Debbie Sagar, Christine 

I auson 

Row 2: Barbara Maroney, Dave 
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Registration and Records 

Martha Eppley, Debra Weachter, 
Gladys Montgomery, Anita Paynter. 
Gloria Hess 



Financial Aid 

Row 1: Sally Linsey, Pat Rathsam 
Row 2: M. Clarke Paine, Gordon 
Bateman 



Campus Security 

Row 1: Virgina Roland, Gloria 

Burke 

Row 2: Jill Petronio, Cyndi Atkinson 



Health Center 

Row 1: Sandy Spayd. Doris Miller 
Row 2: Eileen Halter. Kathv Zubik 



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Plant Operations 



Post Office 

Carol Humphreys, Mary Hill. Linda 
Boyer 



Library 

Row 1 : Xudong Jin, Nelson Bard, 
Peter DePuydt 

Row 2: Sharon Patrick, Sylvia 
Morra. Patricia Judd, Barbara Ellis 
Row 3: Grace Rhen, Ruth Mumaw. 
Naomi Hcrshev. Carol Warfel 



Learning Center 

Shirley Deichert, Diane DeArment 



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Data Center 

Row 1 : Denise Shaiebly, Janet 
Waser, Kathryn Tyler, Jason Isett 
Row 2: John Marisic, Nevin 
Garner, Gregory Hermanson, 
Richard Evans 



Young Center 

Brenda Troutman, Jean-Paul 
Benowitz, Donald Kraybill, Jodi 
Brandon 



Athletics 

Row 1 : Yvonne Kauffman, Tina 

Hill 

Row 2: Joe Whitmore, Ken Ober, 

Robert Schlosser 






Biology 

Row 1: Thomas Murray. J. Robert 
Heckman. James Dively Row 2: 
Helen Bartlett, Frederic Hoffman, 
Frank Polanowski, Jane Cavendar, 
Ronald Laughlin 



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Business 

Row 1 : Hugh Evans, George Gliptis, 

Randolph Trostle 

Row 2: Carroll Kreider, Lois Herr, 

Donald Muston 

Row 3: Richard Stone, Jay 

Buffenmyer, Maurice Hoppie, 

Stanley Neyer 



Chemistry 

Row 1 : Jerrie Wolverton, Ray 
Reeder, Zoe Procter 
Row 2: Jack Hedrick. Tom Hagan, 
Charles Schaeffer, John Ranck 



Communications 

Robert Moore, Martin Thomson, 
Hans Wennberg, Leota Dye. Donald 
Smith 



Education 

Row 1: Boyd Fox. Jill Bartoli. Jerry 

Fast 

Row 2: Paul Rice. Juan Toro. Terry 

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Fine and Performing Arts 

Row 1: Debra Running, Darrell 

Douglas, James Haines. Lou 

Schellenberg 

Row 2: Diana Billet, Jane 

Palmquist, Otis Kitchen, James 

Hunter, John Stites, John Harrison. 

Milt Friedly 



History 

Row 1: J. Kenneth Kreider. 
Richard Mumford 
Row 2: Thomas Winnpenny. H. 
Herbert Poole. Bela Vassady 



Computer Science 

Richard Evans, Barbara Tulley 



Margaret French. Thomas Leap 



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Occupational Therapy 

Row I : Sharon Farley, Karen 

Bentzel 

Row 2: Jacqueline Jones, Catherine 

Clark, Angela Salvadia 



Physics 

Row 1 : Steve Rutter. William 
Stuckey, David Ferruzza 
Row 2: Glen Thompson, John 
Ranck. Nathaniel Hager, Thomas 
Leap 



Political Science 

Fletcher McClellan, Wesley 
McDonald. Wayne Selcher, Cynthia 
Beyerlein. Paul Gottfried 



Psychology 

Row 1: Catherine Lemley, Elizabeth 

Rider, Delbert Ellsworth 

Row 2: Paul Dennis, John Teske, 

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Religion 

Eugene Clemens, William 
Pulfenberger, Christina Bucher 



Social Work 

Link Martin, Vivian Bergel, 
Margaret McFarland 



Dr. Harrison directs the pit orchestra 
during a rehearsal for West Side Stop,'. 



Dr. Barnada speaks with two students 
during the International Fest held in 
March. Dr. Barnada is the advisor for 
all international students on campus. 



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As everyone knows, classes and aca- 
demic pursuits are only part of the true 
college experience. The most common piece 
of advice given to incoming students is: "Get 
involved!" With a wide variety of clubs and 
organizations already established on campus, 
it isn't hard to do. Everyone can easily find an 
area of interest. 

Here at Elizabethtown College, students 
have the opportunity to join various clubs. 
The choices range from older clubs, such as 
Student Senate, to the newly organized 
Medicus, which serves the interests of pre- 
med students. All of our clubs have been 
developed over the years to incorporate fun 
into the everyday lives of E-town students. 
These clubs not only add fun, but they also 
sharpen students skills in certain areas, 
whether it be service, religion, politics or art. 
When the students' skills are sharpened, the 
College's image is sharpened as well. 

The clubs here on campus provide stu- 
dents the opportunity to participate in activi- 
ties ranging from helping the elderly to sky- 
diving. Every club tries to meet the needs of 
its members. By joining the clubs on E- 
town's campus, students are able to interact 
with people who share their interests, and in 
so doing, they enhance their college experi- 
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Caring for the Body 
and the Soul 



The students of 
Elizabethtown College 
are fortunate enough to be 
able to join a variety of 
clubs during their four 
years at the college. Sev- 
eral of these clubs are de- 
voted to the religious well- 
being of the student body. 
Religious life is highly 
valued among the students, 
and the historic relation- 
ship the college has with 
the Church of the Breth- 
ren only reaffirms that. 

Members of Brethren 
Student Fellowship, The 
Newman Club, IVCF, 
and Advocates for Peace 
all meet to gain a better 
sense of their own faith. 



Activities sponsored by 
these clubs include prayer 
group meetings, retreats, 
and guest speakers that 
serve in reinforcing reli- 
gious life on campus. 

The Newman Club 
also makes connections 
between students and the 
community. Volunteer 
parish families welcome 
students into their homes 
and serve as their fami- 
lies away from home. 
Members of this club also 
sponsor annual events 
such as the Easter Egg 
Hunt for the children of 
the community. 

All four of these clubs 
meet for caring and shar- 



ing. The religious clubs 
on campus serve as a 
bridge between the stu- 
dents and religion. 

Along similar lines, the 
Wellness Peer Educators 
are a volunteer group of 
students who promote the 
awareness of health issues 
in the college community. 
Their main function is to 
provide current and reli- 
able information to the 
student body. They also 
serve as a source of sup- 
port for the students on 
campus. They want to 
help Elizabethtown Col- 
lege students to make edu- 
cated, healthy choices. 




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Newm.in Club 

Row l Melissa Mirkovich. Melissa Morgan, Am) Zehnder Row 2: 
Barbara Fantini, Michael Gemma. Jeannette Visco, Ann Bender, 
Ingela Mirando, Bridget Reynolds Rim 3 Gaudine Eitner, 
Elizabeth Miller, Colleen Dully. Tom Haughey Row 4: R Brian 
Dombrowski, Michael Lena 



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Advocates tor Peace 

Row I Kli/aheth Bidjiood. Bongiwe 1)1 .imini. Dana Berglund 

Rim 2: Ciene Clemens. Derek Scott. Michael DiodatO, Julie 

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Natalie Weiss and Michele 
Degler participated in a staged 
car accident sponsored by the 
Wellness Peer Educators which 
emphasized the effects of drunk 
driving. 



Colleen Duffy, a Newman Club 
member, helped out at Home- 
coming by selling pumpkins for 
the holiday season's fundraiser. 





Irethren Student Fellowship 

Jowl: Dan Poole. Dana Statler. Greg Enders Row 2: Gretchen 
Venger, Jennifer Hess, Angie Gates, Inga Mountain, Ruth Miller, 
Rebecca Showaller, Sue Markev. Liz Bideood 



Wellness Peer Educators 

Row 1: Melissa Mirkovich, Julia Powell. Christa Reggie. Tammy 
Haynes. Row 2: Julia Brow n. Carolyn Olmett. Sandy Spayd. 
Glenn Hartman. 



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Mae DeLuca relaxes after 
completing the "Psycho" float 
for the Homecoming parade. 



Amy Wilson, Mae DeLuca and 
Michelle Gantz help add the 
finishing touches to the 
Psychology float. 







Sociology/Anthropology Club 

Kiiu I : Susan Weiss. Kristin Monlapcrto. Amtra Yusinski, Julie 
Heiland, Lynn Dzurek Row 2: Ellen Marr. Amy Wilson. Natalie 
Weiss. Paula Whitman, Bekki Small Row 3: Anne Goldstein. Benjy 
MotZ Lynn Cathcart. Mike Connor. Dr. Kanagy Conrad 



Psychology Cluh 

Row I: Barbara Tumbaugh, Benjy Motz, Beth Whelan Row 2 
Diana Faust, Kim Baugherty. Paula Witman Row 3 \m> Wilson, 
Theresa Curfman Michelle Gantz Row 4 Mae DeLuca, Heather 
Jacobson, Nicole Concodora Row 5 Gretchen Nonemaker, Jennirei 
Freisinger Row 6: Marci Zook, Sue [ttleson, John Manis 



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Defining Humanity 



Departmental clubs 
offer students the oppor- 
tunity to explore their in- 
terest in a more social 
manner. A major compo- 
nent of the core curricu- 
lum here at Elizabethtown 
is the social sciences. 

These organizations 
act as an open forum for 
the members to explore 
more specific interests 
than can be discussed in 
classes. They also offer 
the opportunity to move 
beyond the bounds of 
classrooms to experience 
the different aspects of 
humanity. 

Whereas honor societ- 
ies have restricted mem- 
bership, majors, minors 



and interested individu- 
als are all welcome to 
take part in the club 
activities. 

The History Club has 
co-sponsored movies, 
taken trips and this year 
co-sponsored a book 
sale. 

The Psychology 
Club also had a full 
agenda. Members 
worked on the Home- 
coming Float for the 
first annual parade at 
Elizabethtown College. 
The also attended a Har- 
risburg Senator's game 
as a diversion from 
their studies. On a more 
serious note, they at- 
tended the Eastern Psy- 



chology Association Con- 
ference in Boston, MA. In 
addition, they members 
were also responsible for 
hosting a speaker on In- 
dustrial Organizational 
Psychology. 

Although the Anthro- 
pology/Sociology Club is 
still a young club with few 
members, they have be- 
gun to make their mark on 
campus. They started out 
the year with cotton candy 
sales during Homecom- 
ing. From there, their 
fundraising efforts led 
them to a "goldfish toss" 
during T.G.I.S. weekend. 
They wrapped up their year 
with a student/faculty rec- 
ognition banquet. 




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History Club 

Row 1: Krisien Power. Jen Straub. Martha Ladd Row 2: Jason 
Berkinstock. Jimmy Cordery, Tony Guerrero, Freddie Fiondella. 
Greg Todd 



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Society for Collegic Journalists 

Row 1 : Mike Schlotterbeck, Grant Gegwich, Mike Rubinkam. Tricia 
Campbell. Row 2: Becky Salko. Brenda Fasolka, Jessica 
Sypniewski. Ginger Wallace. 




Clubs 117 



Campus Media 




This year saw new 
milestones set by each of 
the campus media. The 
yearbook had record sales, 
the literary magazine held 
their first all-night poetry 
festival, the newspaper 
produced their first twenty- 
page issue, and the televi- 
sion station ran four spe- 
cial segments. 

Covering everything 
from Convocation to 
graduation, the 
Conestogan provides the 
student body with their 
only permanent record of 
their college years. Edi- 
tors Melanie Davis and 
Kristen Power orches- 
trated the production of 
this 200 page memory. 
This year's book sales sur- 
passed all expectations. 



"Fine Print", the liter- 
ary magazine, is pub- 
lished once a semester and 
distributed to the student 
body. An open forum for 
literary expression, the 
magazine accepts contri- 
butions from any inter- 
ested students. Under 
the direction of Jay 
Morrin, the staff hosted 
several poetry-reading 
Coffee Houses, and held 
their first all-night poetry 
festival. 

One of the greatest 
challenges a publication 
can face is a change of 
leadership. This year, the 
Etownian successfully 
made this transition as 
editor-in-chief Mike 
Rubinkam left to pursue 
an internship. Grant 



Gegwich carried the 
newspaper through the 
remainder of the year, 
which saw the first 
twenty-page Etownian 
and the addition of the 
popular Across Campus 
page. 

Station manager 
Megan Miller faced the 
challenges of overseeing 
the production of seven 
different television shows 
and several special pro- 
grams. ECTV broke into 
new territory with their 
coverage of the 
Elizabethtown Christmas 
Parade, the Wal-Mart con- 
troversy, the MAC Cham- 
pionship soccer game, 
and an on-location pro- 
gram from HersheyPark's 
CandyLane. 










Conestogan 

Row I: Melanie Davis, Lori Jones, Craig Bertz Row 2: I.ori Raver 
Kristen Power. Jodi Brandon, (iwen ROUSCD Row 4 Karen 1 e\an. 
Jessica I ester, Chris Parker 



4l8j Clubs 



I iterar) Magazine 

Row i Aric rVdersen, Jessica Beach, Gretcheu Yeager, ('miK 

Herring, Sara Moose] Row 2 Nancj Armstrong, Carrie Redin, 

Maria Kipp. J. Motrin, I ori tones. Rohm Michaels, Hi/aheth 
Walks 



Jodi Brandon and Craig Bertz 
are all smiles as they leave the 
yearbook office. 



Kristen Power hard at work.... 
aren't I finished yet??? 



Lori Jones takes a break from her 
work to enlighten her fellow 
yearbook staffers with a story. 







townian 

SOW I : Tom Yencho. Tiffany Ctimmings. Jennie Wydra. Mike 
Ichlotterbeck, Grant Gegwich. Mike Rubinkani, Kelly Jackson, 
essica Sypnicwski. Professor Gillis (Advisor) Row 2: Scott 
IcKenzie, Barb Fussaro. Ayelet Rosenfeld. Lisa Getz. Laurie 
felson, Brenda Fasolka Row 3: Christine Nichols. Ginger Wallace. 
)ave Gruska 



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ECTV 

Row I: Lore Lamoreaux. Megan Miller. Becky Salko. Kate Miller. 
Brenda Fasolka. Rhonda Millin Row 2: Eric Rommel. Brian 
JaskelvMc/. Jeremy Bitz. Chris Thompson. Monica Davis 



Clubs 119 



The award-winning SIFE team 
wa-, successful yet again this year 
at the regional competition, 
winning a total of three trophies 
and advancing to the national 
exposition held in Missouri. 




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SAM 

Row 1: Jodelle Much. Deborah Mull. Todd Frysinger, 

Haldeman, Jessie Nalpatfaanchil, Kristine Landry, Julie 




Ml I 

Heathei I Iristopba Clauser, Rebecca Coiebaugh, Gayle Wetzel, lennife 

Russack Kulicki. Meredith Penney. Pain Stiner. Danielle Tully 



1 20 Clubs 




The High-Tech 
World Of Business 



Like the science 
department, the business 
department offers clubs 
which reflect the interests 
of those in this particular 
major. Such organiza- 
tions include the Com- 
puter Science Club, the 
Accounting/Finance 
Club, the Society for the 
Advancement of Manage- 
ment (SAM), and Stu- 
dents in Free Enterprise 
(SIFE). 

The Computer 
Science Club participated 
in Into the Streets, After 
School Club, and held a 
GPMA presentation for a 
local chapter in 
Lancaster. The Account- 
ing/Finance Club brought 
to campus many recent 



Etown graduates and rep- 
resentatives from various 
accounting firms to pro- 
vide a familiarity with 
outside contacts and an 
informal way for seniors 
to meet future employ- 
ers. In addition, the club 
sponsored its annual ban- 
quet at the Black Bear 
Inn with a speaker from 
Hershey Foods. 

Although the member- 
ship for SAM has unfor- 
tunately lowered in num- 
bers, its members planned 
a trip to New York City in 
conjunction with the In- 
ternational Club. SIFE 
once again had a very 
impressive and success- 
ful year. This is the sixth 
year that the organization 



has competed at the 
national level, taking its 
members to Kansas City. 
Awarding SIFE regional 
recognition by winning 
the competition, some of 
its many activities include 
programs for Junior 
Achievement, At-Risk 
Mentoring Home School- 
ing, a "Say No To Drugs" 
sidewalk coloring contest 
held at KMart, Disney 
Wide World Of Business, 
and participation in Into 
the Streets. Perhaps you 
noticed on one of your 
trips to McDonalds, 
Hardees, or Pizza Hut the 
"Halt the Deficit" 
placemats which nudged 
the organization into the 
winner's bracket. 




Accounting and Finance Club 

pow I : Mark Antonio, Jill Brett, Jennifer Strine Row 2: Kelly 
twiebel, Erin Markley, Kristen Hagenbuch, Jill Burke. Becky Price. 
?am Stiner, Megan Forney 




Computer Science Club 

Row 1: Denis Minin. Dana Malley. Lori Schmoyer. Joe-Bob 
Rutkowski Row 2: Drew Ciesielka. Jeffrey Smith. Tammy Muff. 
Caren Heinl/elman. Andre Tavares, Richard Evans (Advisor) Row 
3: Scott McKen/ie, Sue Orrs. Rich Lucas. Steve Kaeser 



Clubs S 



HHBaHuHMH 



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Statistics and the People 
Who Make Them 



Elizabethtown College 
not only prepares its stu- 
dents for 122 the future 
through challenging 
classes, it also provides a 
number of clubs that are 
directed toward different 
areas of study. 

One such organization 
is the Pre-Law Club, 
which is intended for stu- 
dents who wish to eventu- 
ally go to law school. The 
club sponsors speakers 
who provide information 
about law school and the 
law school application 
process. The Pre-Law 
Club also sponsors enjoy- 
able and educational out- 
ings, like the yearly trip to 



Washington, D.C. to sit 
in on hearings of the 
United States Supreme 
Court. 

The math club is yet 
another extracurricular 
acitivity that is fun while 
at the same time prepar- 
ing its members for their 
future careers in the math- 
ematics field. In the 1994 
-1995 school year, the 
math club participated in 
the homecoming festivi- 
ties, had a fall and spring 
picnic, went to a Hershey 
Bears' game, and spon- 
sored a math awareness 
week in the local high 
school and middle school. 

This year the College 



Republicans have been 
busy leaving their mark 
in the government. The 
club helped three differ- 
ent candidates run for 
office: Steve MacDonald, 
who ran for State Senate, 
Rick Santorium, who ran 
for United States Senate, 
and finally Tom Ridge, 
who ran for governor. 
College Republicans 
helped Tom Ridge not 
only with his campaign, 
but also with his inaugu- 
ral ball and fundraising. 
The club has also spon- 
sored a number of speak- 
ers on campus who gave 
lectures on national poli- 
tics. 








( lollege Republicans 

Row I : Bill Patch. Melanie Reiser, Allison Leffler, Keith Randall 
Row 2: Ice Richardson. Robert Miller, Dave Hcimhach. Michelle 
Grove Row 3: Kristian Bellemare, Jeffrey Smith. Mark Clapper. 
Francis Schodowski. Tyler Speicher. Dr. McDonald I Advisor) 



Math Club 

Sitting: Dan Doonan, Todd Eiker Kneeling Shann Weiss, 
Danielle Tully, Leigh Wilkes, Lisa Kovel Standing: J. Koontz, 
Jess Samolewicz, Beth Foremsky, Carrie Cinclair, hris I owe. 
(iretchen Mailman. Jen ll.iilcm.in. Inlie Meckle\. Caren 
Heuitzehnan, Mike Norr, John Cramer. Kern Herkner. Mali 
Hueting, Fen Robelen, Steve Tonus, Sue < (its 



^ Clubs 



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Mark Clapper and Anthony 
Bosco. two College Republicans 
demonstrate that politics can he 
fun. 




kLaw Club 

low 1: Cory Loudenslager, Jenny Schwartz, Jessica Gensler, Ann 
Madden, Sarah Wolfroni Row 2: Chris Brocius, Duane Stone, 
essica Miller, Jenn Forney 



Political Science Club 

Jenn Forney, Wayne Selcher. Mike Rubinkam, Meliinda Burrell 



Clubs 



Mark Erdman enjoys his 
adventurous trip to Ski Roundtop. 



Bob Miller and Jody Bartko 
create a Student Senate display 
for an Open House tour. 




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Game 




Outdoor Club 

HI D.Tully, i. Rcikcr.T. Curtinan.C. Ii.mt/.C Rodin. S. Hewing. J. 
Kulicki.J.deCuba R2: D. MoHar, T. Hunt, D. Robbins, M White, A 
Cashner, k DuMatteo, K. BechteL J PufhbclcJ. Baker. A. Uueckel. S. 
Mooney, M Lancastei R3:C Loudenslager, I Paladino, LScbmoyer, C. 
Pinches, M. Davis, L. Rossow, E Vtherholt, \ Zorger, D Verity, D. 
Berglund, J. Harris, M Lehman Ri E. Swab, D Meacia,M Panco, J. Oavm, 
C Iffland.S Weaver. K. Boyd, S. McKenzie. M. Zavitsky. M Brdman.T. 
Webber. M. Knorr, R. Krebs, I liniK.m. B Wessel, I Haraj 



Men\ Volleyball 

Row I Scoo Weaver, Chris I owe, Mark Singling. Mitch Murtoff 
Row 2 Tom Yencho, T\lcr Speicher, John Goldin, Rusty Wolfe. R. 
Brian Donihrouski. Bill Miller 



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Clubs 




All Aspects of Life 



A far reaching 
plethora of activities, E- 
town offers clubs for al- 
most any interest be it 
sports, adventure, or gov- 
ernment. 

This year's men's vol- 
leyball club team finished 
up their season with a 
12-12 record, 4-4 in 
matches. 

A part of the nine 
team MAC Volleyball 
Club, the men also took 
to the courts for the 
championship tourna- 
ment. This year's team 
took fifth place out of 

Ed Burke proctors the pie-eating 
contest at Goofy Games. 
Students from all classes helped 
to make this year's games a 
success. 



nine, their best finish in 
the last four years. 

On the adventure fore- 
front, the Outdoor Club 
sponsored numerous 
events for the daredevils 
on campus. 

This year's activities 
included cave exploring, 
white water rafting, ski- 
ing, ice skating, bike 
trips, hiking, sky diving 
and skermish paint ball 
battles. 

Looking for the adven- 
ture in every activity, they 
sponsored the sky diver 
at Homecoming and then 
tried the sport out for 
themselves. 

On the more official 
end of the clubs, both 
Student Senate and the 



Residence Hall Associa- 
tion (RHA) govern dif- 
ferent aspects of college 
life. 

Senate represents the 
student body with the ad- 
ministration by acting as 
a sounding board for 
ideas. They also work to 
bring the different cam- 
pus organizations to- 
gether through Club 
Council. 

While Senate repre- 
sents the student body, 
RHA is concerned with 
campus life within the 
residence halls. 

Sponsoring residence 
hall wide activities, RHA 
also works to build cohe- 
sive bonds between the 
different residences. 




. Student Senate 

I Rl: K. Reap. J. Forney. J. Burke. A. Madden. R. Miller. J.Bartko, A. 

, Yusinski, J. Brown, J. Saddlemire R2: M. McClain. S.Simon, D. Roberts. M. 

Lorusso. (1. Sprengel. K. Helming, E. Grace. B. Heyl, T. Smith. B. Ellison, B. 
i Wintergreen. J. Stamlaugh, R. Issa R 3: L. Smith. H. Smith. H. Kraenbnng, 

P. Pietrefesa, N. Eshleman, T. Campbell, C. Sniffles, S. Harrigan, A. Mearkle 

R I D Proctor, I, Wiedenhaefcr, H. Ranch, H. Jackson. M. Rubinkam, C. 

Rudisill. K. Wallers. M. Forney, J. Burkenstock, N. Troutman, B. McCall R.v 

M. Lemke, A. Shanbarger, J. [vent I). Miller. J. Raimo 



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RHA 

Rl: M. D'Agostino. E. Burke. M. Martin. M. McClain. B. Jaskelewicz, M. 
Kraenbnng, M. Clapper. B. Miller R2: K. Groschopp. G. Correll, M Baily. 
M. Fazekas, D. Mull. O. West. J. Trit'ari. N. Foremsky, J. Schmitt, M. 
Gemma. M. Burke R.v W. Wise, C Hepner. S. Triller. B. Hessong, R. Scott. 
K. Davis. K. Sands. I. Wiedenlueler. D. Proctor. K. Scott R4: D. Alonzi. L. 
Raver. B. Bottaro. B. Chisholm R5: E. Haraj . J. Trone. C. Purpon. K. 
Doyle. M. Zucker. C. Heintzebnan 

Clubs 1 25 



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Artistry and Creativity 



Many clubs here at 
Elizabethtown College 
are geared toward theatre 
and arts. One of these is 
Sock and Buskin. Sock 
and Buskin's main activi- 
ties include providing the 
students and the commu- 
nity with various theatri- 
cal performances. They 
successfully accom- 
plished their goal by bring- 
ing us entertainment 
throughout the sometimes 
stressful college year. 
They also performed for 
the community, staging a 
children's play on the steps 
of the High Library during 
the annual Spring Arts 
Festival. 

Alpha Psi Omega, the 



theatre honor society, rec- 
ognizes students for their 
outstanding achievements 
in theatre. Another club 
that is closely related to 
the theatre clubs is the Art 
club. 

The Art club allows 
the students to express 
their artistic ability. This 
year the Art Club has 
been involved in numer- 
ous events. They partici- 
pated in Into the Streets, 
the Christmas tree deco- 
rating, the club fair at 
Midway, and banner- 
making for the YMCA. 
Members of the Edu- 
cation Club also use their 
artistic talents in many 
activities and programs. 



Big Book-making work- 
shops and storytelling 
sessions are among the 
undertakings of this club. 
Kappa Delta Pi, the 
education honor society, 
has also been involved 
with workshops at 
Steelton Elementary 
School. A special work- 
shop held on campus 
nearly every year is the 
Project Wild Seminar. 
Project Wild helps the stu- 
dents learn how to teach 
different science lessons 
when they enter the teach- 
ing field. Education ma- 
jors enjoy many such 
workshops and graduate 
with valuable hands-on 
knowledge. 





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Sock .mil Buskin 

Rl: I Spink, J.J. Lemon, M. Burke, J. Owens, B. Morgan, T. Miller, I 
Hernandez, B, Hessong, C. Hepner R2: A. Franks, C, Andrade,S. Mooney, C 
Warfield, L Decker. E. Lane, B Hansen, C Heinuelman, K Walters, L 
VentolaJ Heckman,S Harrigan k<: R. Krebs. R. Bustin, J. Trifari. T 
Haughey, I) Gassidy, A. Harrigan, I. Brooks, U Falck, I Kennel. K Calnon, 
D McHenry, T. Richardson k-4 N. Troutrnan, C. Rudisill. M. 
Scnarfenberger, K. McCluskey, K Vichko, M in. mo 



Alpha I'm ( rmega 

Rim I: Brie Lane Row 2: Michael Scharfenberger, Elizabeth 
Aigner, Dan McHenry, Mike Burke Row 3: Jim Hunter, Brian 
Falck, Michael Sevareid 



f^6) Clubs 



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Snow White (Jenny Kelly) avoids 
receiving the poisoned apple from 
the evil witch (Kristin 
Montaperto). The Art Club chose 
Disney movies for its Homecom- 
ing float theme. 




Art Club 

Row I : Amy Bowers, Kristin Montaperto Row 2: Marie Fazekas 

Jennie Kelly. Valerie Oswald 



Education Club Rl : K. Seaver. A. Bender. T. Ritchey. H Palmer. K. Friling. 
W. Lamb R2: J. Kopp. J. Gebhart. S. Albright. M. Gelnelt. J. Rabold, C. 
Schirmer, N. Haentjens, L. O'Hop. A. Franks. A. Griebel, L. PofT, A. Renninger. 
K. Smith. E. Heiser, S. Gabel R3: A. Lee. K. Herkncr. S. Mohr. M. Maurer, D. 
Robert-. T. Wauans, J. McAloon, S. Ross. J, Brandt. J. Harleman. M. Tumolo, 
M Shaffer. C. Deeter. M. Winston R4: J. Snyder. J. Bateman. J. Geis. S. Servia. 
1 Paladioo, K. Reed, M. Fredelte. F. Romano. H. Frank, B. Ogle. S. DeHaan. S. 
Koll. S, Mazurkevich, L. Crall 



ciubs m- 






Gary Yeager receives his 
Delta Mu Delta Honor 
Sociey pin. 





Sigma Tau Doha 

Row 1: Maria Kipp. Stephanie Matirer. Jennifer Schiilig, Rebecca 
Trimmer, Dr. Mead (Advisor) Row 2 Derek Scon. Karen Le\ in. 
c "i]iii.»er Wallace. Jennifer Bentzel 



IIS Clubs 



Phi Theta Epsilon 

Elizabeth Robrer, Andrea Mitchell. Nancj MaJJis, Hollj Custi 

Vrlisa Snavelv 



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The Brains Behind it All 



The honor societies on 
campus recognize the aca- 
demic achievements of 
students. Most majors on 
campus are affiliated with 
one of these societies. The 
strict academic require- 
ments limit the number of 
new inductees each year. 
Some examples are 
Delta Mu Delta, the na- 
tional honor society in 
business administration; 
Phi Theta Epsilon, the 
occupational therapy 
honor society; Psi Chi, 
the national honor society 
in psychology; and Sigma 
Tau Delta, the interna- 



tional English honor so- 
ciety. 

Robert Spencer, the 
president of Delta Mu 
Delta, stated the benefits 
of being an honor society 
member: "It's a real 
honor to be a member 
because it is prestigious 
and known in the busi- 
ness world." 

Beyond the honors be- 
stowed upon the students 
at graduation, the depart- 
ments name one indi- 
vidual to receive depart- 
ment honors. 

From now on, stu- 
dents will have the op- 



portunity to further their 
honors by following their 
departments guidelines. A 
new program has been de- 
veloped that allows depart- 
ments to give honors to as 
many students as they 
deem worthy and that have 
met the requirements. 

For the exceptional 
grade point averages, stu- 
dents are rewarded with 
the title of College 
Scholar. They are hon- 
ored each year at Convo- 
cation and are required to 
have a 3.75 GPAona4.0 
scale. 



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Delta Mu Delta 

Row 1: Todd Frysinger, Kristen Hagenbuch, Aaron Cargas, Pam 
Stiller, Heather Jacobson, Rob Spencer Row 2: Professor Muston 
(Advisor). Mark Foreman. Derick Kauffman. Jill Brett. Jen Fouchet. 
Professor Never (Asst. Advisor). Gary Yeager 



Psi Chi 

Diana Faust. Karen Schott, Beth Whelan. Jen Paulus. Carrie Uhlig. 

Suzanne McKenna 



Clubs H9 



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V 



Down to a Science 



Elizabethtown's sci- 
ence-oriented clubs con- 
sist of Chemistry, Biology, 
Physics/Engineering, and 
Medicus. 

Highlighting the year 
for the Chemistry Club was 
a trip to Denmark that in- 
volved several members of 
the club and the chemistry 
department. This year, Jen 
Kabatt served as president, 
and Brian Frost served as 
vice president. 

The Biology Club's 
largest participation was 
its involvement with Into 
the Streets. By cleaning 
Conway Creek which runs 
through Elizabethtown, 
the organization extended 
its hand to help the com- 



munity and the environ- 
ment. 

The Physics/Engineer- 
ing Club sponsored a Put- 
ting Green at Homecom- 
ing, a Haunted 
Esbenshade at Hallow- 
een, a speaker in the field 
of cosmology, and its 
second annual engineer- 
ing contest. Members 
were also active in the in- 
tramural softball league. 
Medicus was a brand 
new organization this 
year. Created for pre- 
medicine students, it had 
an initial membership of 
approximately twenty- 
five students. As one of 
their activities, they vis- 
ited the Medical College 



of PA for a tour of the 
campus. They also orga- 
nized and held a panel 
discussion with seniors 
who have been accepted 
into medical school. The 
panel allowed graduates 
to share their experiences 
with the interviewing 
process and give valu- 
able insights to current 
applicants. In addition, 
Medicus members also 
went to the cleft-pallette 
clinic in Lancaster. 
Members enjoy the time 
spent together and the 
valuable experiences 
they gain. With such a 
successful first year, the 
club is looking forward 
enthusiastically. 




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Medicus 

Row I: Joe Chipriano, Donna Winter, Danielle Sentz, Jami Knuise 

Row 2: Mark Erdman. Amanda Cox, Jo.inn Grabowski, Allison 
s.i". in. Fennifei Lynn, Benjamin Smith 



Chemisn*] Club 

Row I: J.imi Krause, Jaime Wiedenhaefer, Jennifet Kabatt, Stephanie 
Keretetter, Dr Schaeffd i Advisor) Row 2 I aura Reflcer, Maureen 
Zavitsky, Brian Frost, Richard Krebs 



Ir^ej Clubs 



Two strange creatures peer out 
of the Haunted House in 
Esbenshade. The annual event 
is held every Halloween by the 
Physics and Engineering Club. 



"So we had this pet frog see, 
and he wasn't feeling well, 
and now this frog looks 
vaguely familiar. . . almost 
like Wilber. " 




i tow I: Sheean Haley, Allison Bass, Matt Ellis. Joann Grabowski. 
ponna Winter Row 2: Glenn Hartman, Laura Reiker, Janette 
Lliller, Jami Krause. Carol Schappell, Louise Mound. Megan 
p'Brien, Christine Fantasia Row 3: Mike Connor. Doreen Proctor 
'arri Warfield. Amanda Collett. Lori Sturtz. Melissa Baily. Fran 
panel, Joe Chipriano, Kim Daugherty 



Physics and Engineering Club 
Row 1 : Richard Sampson. Tom Sofield, Ada Ma, Tina 
Yingling, Katie Donahue. Greg Phelan Row 2: Cam Vogt. David 
Randall, Tony Masimore, Jonathan Everett. Jodi Raffensberger. 
Mark Yingling. Phillip Speer. John Scarborough 



Clubs l Bt 



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Jen Gavin awaits customers at 
Smile's Daffodil Sale. Proceeds 
went to the American Cancer 
Society. 

Jami Krause and Beth Chisholm 
also volunteer their time to sell 
daffodils and make Smile's 
efforts a success. 





Manual l-nr lltimamt) Kit. Warlielil. A. Uillett. A. lirienol. I). Proctor. 
K Scott, K. Barkley, K. Butler. (' Walter, C. Loudenslager R2: T. Hum. J. 
Brown. M Krdman. R. Bechtel, J. Balcman. K. Di Matteo. H. Alhcrholt. C. 
Bert/. C. Parker. A. Paynter, B. MacMillan. K Quesaford, A. C.ishner. L. 
Schmoyer, C. Pinches R3: L. Rossow, I. Rabold, M Davis, T Haughey, M. 
Bowman, K Mielke, S. Hessong, B. Osuch, T. Webber, N. Troutman, K. 
Dunigan, \l ( lelnett, l.. Martin, M Ressler, T. Jackson, M. Babe, L. Sum/. K 
Rnhcris. I.. Schlipf, A. Schloesser, A. Pavelko 



Circle K 

Row 1: April Met/yer. Bckki Small Ron 2; Karen Davis, Maureen 

Zavitsky, Rich Krebs, Lorna Sands. Brian DIdge, Lynn Dzurek Re 

3: Annemane Scloesser, Kan Swenny, Mike Connor, Jennifer 

DeWin 



Clubs 




A Motto of Service 



There are several or- 
ganizations on campus 
that are dedicated to ser- 
vice. Habitat for Human- 
ity is one of the largest 
clubs on campus, and 
won the Outstanding Stu- 
dent Club Award this past 
year. They are currently 
in the process of raising 
enough money to begin 
construction on a house 
in the Elizabethtown bor- 
ough. They are active in 
the nearby community, 



Members of Habitat for 
Humanity help out at their 
annual auction. Money from 
the auction goes towards their 
first house project in the 
Elizabethtown Borouah. 




including Harrisburg and 
Lancaster. Their efforts 
were recognized through 
a fundraising award issued 
by Habitat for Humanity 
International. Their ser- 
vice also takes them far- 
ther afield. During Spring 
Break, they traveled to 
Georgia to assist in the 
rebuilding of homes and 
help with flood relief. 

Campus Gold, aside 
from selling delicious 
cookies, also runs pro- 
grams for local Girl 
Scouts. One such pro- 
gram is "Sink and Swim." 
Circle K's ideals are 
"service, leadership, and 
fellowship." President 
Katy Sweeny noted what 



her involvement has 
meant to her. "Circle K 
has given me a chance to 
help others, and learn 
about the issues our gen- 
eration faces, meet fellow 
Circle K'ers, and make 
friends of a lifetime, as 
well as develop personal 
leadership skills." 

SMILE is another 
large campus club. Mem- 
bers volunteered time 
working with AIDS vic- 
tims in the Hope House in 
Lancaster, they were in- 
volved in the Into the 
Streets community ser- 
vice program, and they 
held the annual daffodil 
sale that benefitted the 
American Cancer Society. 



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ampus Gold 

(low 1 : Kim Gucssford. Jennifer Robelen, Amie Stutler. Sara 
(Mooney Row 2: Holly Richardson. Inga Mountain, Heather 

lacobson, Colleen Duffy Row 3: Heather Handly, Ann Sheckard. 

-aura Lciker. Gretchen Yeager 




lLk. Kl: B. Wcssel. A. LeBar. A HerroTdX. Palmer, M. Gantz. C 
Reiter. J. Major, J. Brandt. S. Lemthe, C. Oiler. A. Brunner. C. Inland. R2: J 
Kazinski. L. Kessler, A. Kijanka. C. Redin. S. Carroll, I. Beach. B. Chisholm. J. 
Krausc. D. Haml\ R3: A Morris. B. Monaghan. D. Beever, T. Goughler, J. 
Lester. K. Doyle, J. Heiland. D. Berglund, M Shaw, J. Ga\in. R4: J. 
Berkenstock, K. Boyer, M. Hickey, S. Jones. M. Ressler. L. Martin, J. 
Hemminger, A. Zehnder, C Purpart. M. Enterline, C. Charles, V Woodward. J. 
Anidl. M. Hoppman. R. Seipel. J. Mika. S. Kerstelter, A. Bogardus 



Clubs fe 



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SHARE the Music 



Music was in the air 
this year on the 
Elizabethtown College 
campus. The year brought 
about the growth of many 
music-related clubs. Stu- 
dents who participated in 
clubs such as Band Staff, 
MENC, and Phalanx en- 
joyed their favorite pas- 
times (singing or playing 
an instrument) while oth- 
ers were able to enjoy their 
talents, too. 

The musical clubs on 
campus were very busy 
this year with activities 
and projects. The Band 
Staff is responsible for 
coordinating social events 
for the band, including 
special dinners. 

MENC (Music Educa- 
tion National Conference) 



hosted a number of guest 
speakers who gave infor- 
mative lectures on such 
topics as Dalcroze eu- 
rhythmies, movement 
therapy for AIDS pa- 
tients, and an 
intergenerational choir 
program. MENC also 
participated in homecom- 
ing activities by working 
with the Art Club on a 
float and by sponsoring 
an alumni banquet. 

A fairly new musical 
group on campus is Pha- 
lanx, an a cappella male 
vocal group. Phalanx has 
performed at various func- 
tions such as the Folk 
Festival, a concert in the 
Roost, the talent show, the 
Spring Arts Festival, and 
the baccalaureate service. 



Phalanx has come a long 
way in the past year, 
bringing entertainment to 
all who hear them. 

Another great club on 
campus is SHARE (Stu- 
dents Helping to Advance 
Relations with the Eld- 
erly). Although it is not 
directly related to the 
music department, 
SHARE also brings much 
joy to all they work with. 
SHARE participated in 
the Adopt-A-Grandparent 
program, and held 
monthly bingo nights at 
Leader Nursing Home. 
The club also sponsored a 
speaker on the problem 
of elderly abuse. Through 
their many activites, 
SHARE has helped 
bridge the generation gap. 








fH*z& 




t .. 4 



Band Suit 

Row I Scott Macintosh, Scott Siegel Row 2: Beth Sabaka, Karen 

Davis. Melissa Mirkovich, Sara Bonadio 



Phalanx 

Row I Tmiotlu Miller, Richard Hegmann, Cris Vndrede Row 2: 

John Michener. Dan McHenry, Jeflrej Brooks, Man Hueotng 



I34j Clubs 



Dan McHenry and Dave 
Manges, along with other 
members of Phalanx, enter 
tained at a Coffee House. 




Music Education National Conference 

Row 1: Amy Faust, Barbara Fantini. Kelly McNamara. Julie Bet/., 
F.nc Wise Row 2: Wendy Chilcoat. Lynn Cole. Sue Kelley. Laura 
Kcnlin. Amie Stutler Row 3: Jim Love, Stephen Zimmerman. Scott 
Siegel, Maggie Donahue, Chris Andradc. Kevin Gardiner. Dr. 
Palmquist (Advisor) 



SHARE 

Laurie 0*Hop. Tanva Stevens Ann Matas. Heather Show alter 



Clubs 1 35 



While exploring the dark under- 
world. Josh Brackbill and Mark 
Erdman pause for a breath. One 
of the Outdoor Club's feature 
activities was spelunking. 




John Rorick is led away from 
the car accident that v\as staged 
by the Wellness Peer Educators 



Performers on Sock & Buskin's 
iirsi place float, The Rocky 
Horror l'i< tun Show . get ready 

lo break into dance 



1 to Clubs 



'-**#■• 



Mark Kraenbring. Milan Martin, Brian Jaskelewicz, and Ed Burke 
are only a lew of the RHA members who helped bring many 
campus events to life at Elizabethtown College. 



The Concert Choir raised their voices in practice before the 
audience arrived. The group features some of Elizabethtown's 
best performers. 




Belle, played by Marie 
Fazekas. prepares to begin her 
walk through the provincial 
streets of town. 



Delta Mu Delta board members 
pose for a picture at their 
induction banquet. 



Clubs B?j 



HHHHH1 



w .T 



Amy Bowers frolics by the float as she 
happily joins the Art Club's procession 
throuogh town. 




Exhausted, members of Concert 
Choir take their seats on the bus 
during their annual traveling tour 
during Spring Break. 

Students submerge their faces 
into the jello in search of 
dummy Bears. This was only 
one event in the Goofy Games 



*8i Cltths 



'W 




Jessica Lester kept busy during 
Homecoming by making 
lemonade for SMILE. 



i 



Keith Marks once again donated 
his time as the auctioneer for 
Habitat's Auction. 



Todd Boyer gathers his chute 
after successfully completing a 
jump on theOutdoor Club's 
skydiving trip. 



Another satisfied customer receives her (lowers from Smile's 
daffodil sales. 



Clubs 1 39 



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images of Victory. . . 




Sports 




Sports 



Once again Elizabethtown sports teams 
took to their respective fields to begin another 
season. They sacrificed hours of their time to 
become their best. Through their dedication 
and teamwork, some were even successful 
enough to make it to the Middle Atlantic Con- 
ference (MAC) Championships. 

The MAC was founded in 1912 for 
colleges in specific regions to compete with 
each other, and has become the oldest Division 
III conference affiliated with the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association. In 1993-94 
the MAC was reorganized to divide the con- 
ference into two leagues; the Commonwealth 
and the Freedom League. We are currently 
members of the Commonwealth League, go- 
ing up against such rivals as Messiah, 
Susquehanna, and Moravian College. 

This year, numerous Elizabethtown 
teams made it into the MAC tournaments. 
Some teams, including Men's Soccer, Men's 
Swimming, and Women's Basketball, captured 
MAC titles. Others excelled throughout the 
season and maintained high standings in the 
conference. 

With the success of E-town sports, 
many students eagerly await the 1995-96 sea- 
son, expecting it to be filled with new achieve- 
ments and goals. Hopefully, with the knowl- 
edge seniors passed down, and the experience 
of returning members, the teams can sharpen 
their skills and improve their image as they 
tackle a new season. 

Section Editor: Karen LeVan 




Spirts 






MEN'S SOCCER 



Jays Capture 
MAC Title 

The 1994 men's soccer season 
was marked with many memorable 
moments, including winning the Middle 
Atlantic Conference title. The team 
was lead by ten seniors, including 
captains John Colella and George 
Crampton, and by junior captain Dan 
Webb. 

Hard work, unending hours of 
practice, and dedication helped ad- 
vance the Jays to the MAC title. This 
work began with a team trip to Colo- 
rado. There the Jays not only experi- 
enced a victory, but shared in some 
enjoyable times, bringing them closer 
together. 

The Blue Jays' season included 
some tough wins over Lycoming, 
Scranton, and Messiah, with the Mes- 
siah game going into double overtime. 
The Jays' rise to the MAC title in- 
cluded beating both Drew and 
Lycoming in the NCAA tournament. 

Head Coach Skip Roderick 
characterized the season as one of high 
expectations and a surprising finish. 
He commented, "I am excited for the 
growth of the team in that we came a 
long way. E-town is not a one man 
team." He added that, "the graduating 
seniors will be greatly missed." The 
Blue Jays concluded their season with a 
19-4 record. This year's performance 
has shown the development of the 
team. With the experience of the vet- 
eran team members and the determina- 
tion of the younger ones, the Blue Jays 
have a solid future ahead of them. 

142 Sports 




( ieorge Crampton celebrates .i job we 

done 

John Colella demonstrates the superioi 
Blue Jaj defense. 




Row I : Marco Giancroce, Jason Hoy. Scott McLaughlin, Doug Hess. Scott Fedezko, 
John Colella. Chris Helsel. Mike Pnerod. Gary Merrill. Chris Condron Row 2: Graham 
Small. Charlie Grimes, Tony Guerrera, James Cordery. Mark Chambers, Dave Weinstein, 
David Christian. Brain Green. Ralph Ivory. Jeremy Casey Row 3: P. Good. Chris 
Palmer. Ken Nichols. George Crampton. David Khanlian. Mike Schlotterback. Dan 
Christian. Doug Panner. Jamie Morgan. Do Young Sunho, Dan Webb. Skip Roderick 




Trip "stif? 


i lie oiuis 

US THEM 


2 


Westminster 


1 


3 


Colorado College 








Greensboro 


1 


2 


Roanoke 





5 


Lebanon Valley 








Muhlenberg 


T 


4 


Millerville 


1 


10 


Juniata 





2 


Scranton 


1 


3 


F&M 





10 


Albright 





5 


William Paterson 





4 


Widener 








Trenton 


1 


1 


Lycoming 





4 


Moravian 


(1 


2 


Dickinson 


(1 


5 


Susquehanna 





3 


Messiah 


-) 


4 


Delaware Valley 





4 


Drew 





3 


Lycoming 


I) 



Men's Socct 



r 143 




Lynchburg 

Haverford 

Gettysburg 

Drew 

Trenton 

Stockton 

Muhlenberg 

Allegheny 

F & M 

Dickinson 

King's 

West. Maryland 

Susquehanna 

Messiah 

Juniata 

Kut/town 

Kean 

Wilkes 

Scranton 

Lycoming 




144 ^ [WttS 



Row I: SueNiezgoda Row 2 \my Lindstrom, Kristen Seaver, Cone Stover, Robin 
Seipel, Nicole Rumpp. Tiffanie Aceto, Ann Bender, Nicole Brechtel, Barbara Fussaro. 
Heather Hewson Row ) Barrj Dohner, Michelle Lorusso, Beth Smith, Allison 
Nethen, Christine Irving, I isa Schellhom, Gretchen Haitigan, Angela Dalla Palu. Emil 
< lardella, Henrik Madsen 



% 



WOMEN'S SOCCER 




Season of Changes 

The Women's Soccer team under- 
went many changes this season. To 
begin with, Barry Dohner came in as 
the head coach of an entirely new coach- 
ing staff. In addition, this year's team 
lacked the initial familiarity most teams 
already have due to returning players. 
The Lady Jays started six freshmen this 
year, adding a new perspective to their 
playing strategies. 

The new additions to the team did 
not detract from their performance, 
however. In fact, the ladies enjoyed a 
highly successful season. Under the 
guidance of senior tri-captians Heather 
Hewson, Gretchen Hartigan, and Lisa 
Schellhorn, the Women's Soccer team 
put together an impressive 13-7 
record, which tied the school's record 
for most wins. Along the way, the team 
recorded six shutouts and won ten of 
their last twelve games. 

Coach Dohner expects great things 
from this young team. "To be success- 
ful, everybody has to play as a team. 
We accomplished that this year. I saw 
camaraderie develop on the field, and 
next year I expect very good results." 



Barbara Fussaro slays ahead of the competition. 

Nicole Rump heals the opponent to the ball. 

Women's Soccer 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Desire and Determination: 
Keys to Success 

The 1994 field hockey team 
enjoyed a successful season, finishing 
the season with an impressive record 
of 15-5. Coach Yvonne Kauffman 
feels several key elements contributed 
to the victorious season. First, ten team 
members spent sixteen days in En- 
gland last summer playing field hockey 
and learning valuable skills from other 
coaches. The second factor was the 
experience the 1994 team gained from 
playing together for several years. 
And finally, the Lady Jays had desire 
and determination, which brought about 
victory after victory. 

The five senior captains, Arlisa 
Snavely, Stacey Gehrig, Susanna 
McKenna, Kirsten McClune, and 
Kelley Burk had much praise for their 
team. "We really played as a team this 
year. We will definitely miss every- 
one next year," said Arlisa Snavely. 
"The only real disappointment of the 
season was not going to MAC's be- 
cause of the loss of one crucial game." 

The JV program produced a 
strong team this year as well. Junior 
team member Michelle Troutman ap- 
preciates the depth the JV program 
gives to the team. "It gives those play- 
ers who do not get a lot of varsity 
playing time good experience," said 
Troutman. Judging from the success 
of the Junior Varsity squad, the Held 
hockey program at Elizabethtown 
College has a promising future. 




|k — fcjT */fc3*'* 



The defense ol the I ad} laj 's soccer team demonstrates power and determination 



146 Sports 




Row 1: Andrea Hibsham, Lora Crawford, Kristin McClune, Suzanne McKenna. Arlisa 

Suavely. Staeey Gehrig. Kelly Bnrk. Jenny Lehto, Carrie Smyth 

Row 2: Sherie Adie. Alison Brunner, Holly Benner. Laura Jacobson, Heather MacMillan. 

Amanda Lingle, Heidi Balmer. Maggie Nelis. Jeneen Rutan, Michelle Troutman. Yvonne 

Kaullman. 



CaptairisCorner 



"Close friendships and 
success on the field 
made this hockey 
season fun, exciting, 
and full of terrific 



memories. 



-Kelly Burk 



"Excitement, courage, 
soul, tenacity, frustra- 
tion, adversity, friend- 
ship, pain, laughter, 
victory, hope. Certainly 
a memorable season." 
-Staeey Gehrig 



TUa Ctotc 


US 


THEM 


1 


Delaware Valley 





2 


Haverford 





3 


Wooster 


1 





Eastern Mennonite 


5 


1 


Scranton 





5 


York 


1 





Messiah 


1 


1 


Dickinson 


-i 


-i 


King's 


1 


1 


Swarthmore 


-i 


1 


Franklin & Marshall 





5 


Albright 


1 


3 


Susquehanna 


1 


3 


Moravian 


1 


4 


Widener 


1 


(1 


Lebanon Vallej 


3 


3 


Shippensburg 


1 


3 


Western Maryland 


1 


3 


Wilkes 


2 


3 


Juniata 






Field Hocke. 147 




" I thought it was 
the hardest-work- 
ing team I've ever 
been on." 

-John Leaman 



"There were many 
individuals who 
worked hard both 
in and out of prac- 
tice." 
-Marisa Bowman 




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1 i J I I >\i l v ll 




Kc>« I Cot) Loudenslager, Joan Rossini, Loretta Rossow, Stace) Servia, Marisa 
Bowman, Melinda Enteriine, Kim Daugherty Row 2: Faye Carter, Jennifer I ynn, Alis 
Smith, Jod) Raffensberger, Nancj Fix, I >iuli Paladino, Marina I add Row 3; Rohert 
M< \i. inns, ii.nn Barnes, Mi( hael Mohr, lohn I eaman, Kristophei Km;:. Michael l ena 
Bruce Hansen, Benjamin Houser, Mart] Schmalenberger, Mike Hombach, Dale I uj 




CROSS COUNTRY 



Kristopher King and Rob McManus give 
it all they've got. 

Lyndi Paladino shows winning form as 
comes down the home stretch. 




On your mark. ...Get Set. ...GO!! 



Teams Excel on the Course 
and in the Classroom 

The women's cross country 
team season was highlighted by a sec- 
ond place finish at the Mid-Atlantic 
Conference Meet. This was the second 
year in a row that the team achieved 
this status. Individually, sophomore 
Mindy Enterline finished eighth at the 
Mid-Atlantic Conference Meet earn- 
ing a medal for her accomplishment. 
Senior Alison Smith was awarded 
NCAA Division III All Academic 
honors. According to Head Coach 
Dale Luy, "the women's team had very 
good depth and quality." 

The men's team finished elev- 
enth in the Mid-Atlantic Conference 
Meet. Sophomore Bruce Hansen main- 
tained his most valuable runner status 
for the second year in a row. John 
Leaman and Rob McManus were given 
NCAA All Academic honors. 

Overall the women's team fin- 
ished the season with a record of 5-3, 
and the men's team finished with a 
record of 3-5. Looking forward, the 
women's team will lose two runners 
and the men's team will lose three to 
graduation. Coach Luy states, "I am 
looking at a young team down the 
road." However, with five of the top 
seven female runners returning and 
with the depth of the returning men's 
team, the Blue Jay runners look for- 
ward to a successful season in 1995. 



Cross Country 



Captains' Corner 



"For as young as 
we were, it was 
amazing how well 
we worked 



together." 



-Trisha Forney 



w 



m 



Julie Barr shows winning style at the net. 



IS 




THEM 


3 


Stockton 





! 


Dickinson 





1) 


Grove City 


2 


2 


Waynesboro 





1 


Muskingum 


2 





Capitol 


2 


2 


York 


3 


3 


Lebanon Valley 





2 


Catholic 





1 


Washington & Lee 


T 


(I 


Pitt-Johnson 


1 


2 


Sweet Briar 


II 


II 


Thiol 


2 





Messiah 


3 


2 


Scran ton 


n 


1 


Messiah 


s 


2 


Johns Hopkins 


II 


2 


Dickinson 


I) 


3 


Moravian 


(1 


2 


Susquehanna 


1 


j 


King's 


II 




Western Maryland 


• 




Susi.iueh.inna 


2 




Moravian 


(I 




Widener 







Wilkes 


ii 




Juniata 






Franklin A: Marshall 


1 


* 


Albright 


° 


1 


( rettysburg 


2 


3 


( low her 


1 


2 


Salisbury State 


1 





Eastern Connecticut 


2 


2 


Western Marj land 


° 




Row I: Tr.k\ Ick. ( icorgeann Tvnyk-Katchko, Jodi Hillgass. Kim H.uie\. Lli/aheth 
Bishard. Megan Fome\ Row 2 Mark Ymghng. Deana Maguire. Susan IVHa.ni. Jessica 
I k kett, lulu- Barr, Karyn McKinnej , Vpri] Metzger, Trisha Forney, Shannon Kell) . Bill 
Helm 



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VOLLEYBALL 




New Additions Cause Great 
Improvements 

While last year's volleyball 
team faced many difficulties and a dis- 
heartening season, team members did 
not allow the past to effect this year's 
performance. 

The Lady Jays broke from the 
controversy of last season and under- 
went what coach Bill Helm calls, "a 
huge turnaround." Helm came to the 
team this year intent upon improving 
the program. His direction made it 
possible for captains Trisha Forney 
and Deana Maguire to lead the squad to 
an impressive 21 -13 record, coming 
back from last season's 3-26 fall. 

With only one senior contrib- 
uting to the team, youth was the key 
word this season. The twelve-member 
team consisted of seven freshmen, all 
of whom were outstanding athletes with 
much to contribute. They quickly 
bonded into a team and came within 
one game of qualifying for MACs. 

As for next year, Helm predicts 
big things. Forney is the only member 
of the squad to graduate, leaving a 
solid base behind. While they will be 
facing a tough schedule, the team's 
newly found momentum and confi- 
dence will carry them through what 
hopes to be an even stronger season. 



Karyn McKinney outspikes ihe other team. 

Teammates congratulate one another on a 

job well done. 



Volleyball 151 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 






Season Of Success 
and Surprises 

In an attempt to match the 
Middle Atlantic Conference champion 
success of the 1993 season, the 1994 
Lady Jays tennis team came very 
close. The successful and victorious 
season ended with a 5-1 record in the 
Commonwealth League. The Lady 
Jays made it to the team MAC semi- 
final round, losing to Freedom League 
rival Scranton. 

Representing Elizabethtown in 
the MAC individual tournament were 
sophomores Lottie Smith and Nina 
Carello. Each faced a tough draw, 
playing the number one and two seeds 
respectively. Unseeded and playing 
together for the first time this season, 
sophomore Jennifer Bashore and jun- 
ior Lisa Zimmerman claimed the 
doubles title. 

Kathy Montgomery finished 
her second year at Elizabethtown as 
Head Coach and looks forward to next 
season. As the team loses no one to 
graduation, they expect another suc- 
cessful season next year. 



Lisa Zimmerman returns the ball during practice. 



Lisa Zimmerman. Jennifer Bashore. and Nina 
( arello show off their victory smiles and their 
decorated tennis halls. 




152 Spoils 



1 











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r*iv»* 



,' 



1 




Coach Kathy Montgomery. Jennifer Bashore. Lisa Zimmerman. Jennifer Baker. Jen 
Stephens, Erica Haray, Jennifer Timmins, Mary Boebel. Patricia Helm. Lottie Smith. 
Nina Carello 



Captains' Corner 



"One more time. 
Getting the ball 
back one more 
time is one more 
chance of winning 
the point." 

--Lisa Zimmerman 



TLitJ Qtotc 


US 


THEM 


5 


Lycoming 4 


3 


York 6 


8 


Lebanon Vallcv 1 


7 


Messiah 2 


4 


King's 5 


■> 


Moravian 


8 


Widener 1 


u 


Albright 


9 


Juniata 


4 


Scranton 5 




Scranton 6 



Women's Tenni - 1 53 



WRESTLING 



Season of Triumphs and 
Disappointing Injuries 

The 1994-1995 wrestling team 
saw many triumphs and also several 
disappointments this season. Overall, 
the team finished the season with a 
record of 9- 1 1 - 1 . 

The triumphs came in several 
forms. Triumph came for junior Justin 
Barbush and senior Bryan Zeamer in 
the form of national title bids. For 
freshmen Kevin Latchford and Mark 
Frymoyer and junior Jason Ford, tri- 
umph meant a bid for a title at the 
NCAA East Regional tournament in 
Collegeville, PA. Barbush also tri- 
umphed at the Middle Atlantic Confer- 
ence tournament, earning the 1 34 pound 
title. 

The disappointments came in 
the form of several injuries. Sopho- 
more Jamie Hollinger was forced to sit 
out of the East Regional tournament 
due to a knee injury. Zeamer and Ford 
were also forced to miss several key 
meets due to injury. 

According to Head Coach Eric 
Mast, "our three captains lead the team 
skill-wise and talent-wise." This lead- 
ership provided for a season of many 
triumphs, and with two of the captains 
returning next year, the potential exists 
for a great season next year. 



lustin Barbush outmaneuvers his opponent. 




154 Sports 






Row I: Eric Mast. JelT Papst. Dak Wasson, Chris Black, Mark Frymoyer. Richard 
Dennis. Dan Perry Row 2: Justin Barbush, Bob Armstrong. Jason Ford. Kevin 
Latchford, Mark Swart/.. Bryan Zeamer. Chris Zeamer, Chris Rumbaugh. Mike 
Det'arlo. Sherri Koontz, Jen Zarlenea 




lam just going 
to go in there 
andtakeitone 
match at a time." 

-Justin Barbush on 
Nationals 



This was a great 
way to finish out 
my college wres- 
tting career." 

-Bryan Zeamer on 
Nationals 



Tkio Qtitc- 


We 




They 


24 


Muhlenberg 


20 


39 


Lebanon Valley 


13 


13 


Messiah 


28 


19 


Gettysburg 


33 


19 


Oliviet 


27 


31 


Garnet 


9 


37 


Roger Williams 


8 


40 


Johns Hopkins 


15 


27 


Rutgers-Camden 


18 


21 


Kings 


■)-) 


38 


Albright 


12 


30 


Susquehanna 


21 


14 


York 


31 


35 


Western Maryland 16 


21 


Scranton 


25 


6 


Lycoming 


48 


22 


Juniata 


22 


16 


Wash. & Jeff. 


26 


31 


Swarthmore 


9 



Wrestlin: 155 




us 

84 

71 

69 

81 

56 

76 

82 

82 

63 

66 

76 

69 

67 

63 

88 

59 

87 

94 

77 

86 

71 

81 

8 

64 



Colby 


79 


Gettysburg 


73 


Delaware Valley 


61 


Kings 


74 


Susquehanna 


69 


Messiah 


53 


Seranton 


92 


Lycoming 


92 


Chris. Newport 


76 


Union 


73 


Middlebury 


73 


Widener 


73 


Albright 


78 


Moravian 


69 


Lebanon Vallcv 


74 


Muhlenberg 


68 


Juniata 


61 


Susquehanna 


76 


Widener 


97 


Messiah 


73 


Moravian 


83 


Albrighl 


75 


Juniata 


60 


Lebanon Valley 


83 












1 5<> S ports 



Row l \ ntl\ Burkholder, Chris Figure, Ryan Billet, Mike Anderson, Tr.ms Crozier, Tern 
McElmoyle, Brad Karli, I arrj Bellew 

Ron 2: Assl ( loach Hunter Powell, Mat) Diehl, Coach Robert Schlosser, Craig Van 
Denmark, BradSpicer, Ian Brown, Jayson I inard, (eremj Keiterjeremj Raimo, Matt 
Szczesny, Eric Schwartz, Dave Bartoli, less,.- Culp, Fefl Skow, Tom Mulvej . Dan Vndros, 
Marl Squarcia, Dave < tewald, Brock McClearj . Vssl ( loach Dell Fackaon, Dan Miller 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 




Team Accomplishes Goal 

The Blue Jay Men's Basketball 
team had a goal when they started the 
1 994- 1 995 season. The goal was to be 
a contender in every game they 
played. Through hard work, dedica- 
tion, and a lot of practice, the team 
accomplished their goal, giving every 
game an outstanding effort. 

The men's season started off on 
a very positive note with a victory over 
Colby at the Gettysburg tournament. 
This game also saw senior team mem- 
ber Travis Crozier score a career high 
37 points. The streak continued when 
the team beat Lebanon Valley College 
and Susquehanna University in back- 
to-back Saturday games. Coach 
Schlosser attributes a lot of the Blue 
Jays' success to the strong leadership of 
Mike Anderson and Travis Crozier. 
Schlosser said, "the 1994-1995 team 
had the best team chemistry and atti- 
tude that I've seen in my five years of 
coaching at E-town." 

According to Schlosser the fu- 
ture looks bright for the Elizabethtown 
College Men's basketball program. 
The team has already set a goal for next 
season - to continue playing with posi- 
tive attitudes and team cohesiveness 
and improve their record to being one 
of the top two teams in the Mid- Atlan- 
tic Conference. 



Senior Travis Crozier was one of the team's 
leading scorers. 

Jesse Kulp goes up for two against the 
Susquehanna defense. 



Men's Basketball Wh 






WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



All Stars of the MAC 

The Lady Jays basketball 
team once again shot and bounded 
to the forefront of its competition. 
With an overall record of 23 wins 
and 5 loses, and an outstanding 
league record of 13 - 1, the team 
captured the Commonwealth League 
title. The Lady Jays followed this 
accomplishment up by securing the 
Middle Atlantic Conference title. 

Individual members of the 
team were recognized for their out- 
standing ability. Senior Heidi 
Metzger was named to the MAC 
first team, and seniors JenHarleman 
and Kris Kruse were named to the 
MAC second team. Metzger was 
also honored as a Regional Ail- 
American. 

Brenda Wessel joined 
Metzger, Kruse, and Harleman as 
MAC All-Stars. Harleman and Julie 
Ogurcak were named MAC Aca- 
demic All-Stars. 

This outstanding group of 
ladies went beyond MAC competi- 
tion to compete in the first round of 
the NCAA Division III Tourna- 
ment. Head Coach Yvonne 
Kauffman defined the team as "co- 
hesive" and "a good team both per- 
sonality and skill wise." 




I low ii fans show their support at the MAC 
Championship game. 

Jen Harleman gets the job done from the 
loui line. 



158 Sports 



Kris Kruse shoots for two against 
Montciair State. 



Going for three, Kris Kruse attempts a shot 
from beyond the three-point line. 




Team Members (photo unavailable): Julie Barr. Jen Harleman. Tammy Herrmann. Jodi 
Hillegass. Sara Jones. Gina Kaiser. Kris Kruse. Melissa Light. Heidi Metzger. Maggie 
Nclis. Julie Ogurcak, Brenda Wessel 



Captain'sCorner 

"There is never any 
bickering-we get along 
great. Our chemistry 
has been a major key to 
our success." 

--Heidi Metzger 



r Tl-,a Qtotc 


US 


THEM 


85 


Methodist 


52 


77 


Maryville 


95 


64 


Centre 


50 


56 


Susquehanna 


67 


83 


Messiah 


73 


64 


Scranton 


78 


89 


Lycoming 


65 


83 


Kings 


45 


81 


Rh. Is. Col. 


58 


87 


Kean 


54 


95 


Widener 


56 


84 


Albright 


57 


82 


Moravian 


76 


86 


Lebanon Valley 


57 


67 


F&M 


70 


78 


Juniata 


45 


71 


Susquehanna 


69 


79 


Widener 


46 


96 


Messiah 


72 


91 


Moravian 


73 


100 


Albright 


45 


98 


W. Maryland 


70 


100 


Juniata 


60 


94 


LebanonValley 


55 


86 


Wilkes 


61 


84 


Lycoming 


76 


73 


Susquehanna 


68 


68 


Montciair State 


77 



Women's Basketba I 



159 






SWIMMING 



Men Capture MAC Title 

For the first time in twenty- 
five years, the men's swimming 
team has clenched the Middle At- 
lantic Conference championship 
title. Under the guidance of coach 
Mike Guinivan and the leadership 
of senior captains Joseph 
Kondisko, Nick Nusbaum, Mike 
Schlotterbeck, and Judson Wagner, 
there was little doubt that this team 
was capable of great performances. 

According to Guinivan, the 
team's broad ability base was a key 
factor in their successful season. 
After coming close to winning the 
MAC title last year, the men re- 
turned determined to capture the 
prize this year, and did. 

Mike Schlotterbeck topped 
his career by earning seven gold 
medals at MACs and also receiving 
his second David B. Eaverson 
Award, recognizing him as the top 
male swimmer in the conference. 

The women's team started 
the season slowly, but gained 
strength with each meet. Tri-cap- 
tains Kim Lotts, Heidi Frank, and 
Kelly Donovan led the team through 
the season and to MACs. Once 
there, Lotts snagged the gold medal 
in the 100 yard freestyle. The 
women were pleased with their per- 
formance and look forward to a 
strong showing again next year. 



Team members celebrate their victory by 
sending coach Guinivan for a swim. 




Row I Rebecca Coble, Kmi Stauffer, I i/.i ll.ihn. Meghan Kinsman, 
Phillips. Elizabeth Hernandez, Sharon Ross Row 2: Maureen H.islie. 
K.H > ii Sui Ik- Jm i. Ki\m.i Cieikowski, Heidi Frank, Kim I otts, Carole 
Betham Moffil 



Julie Mann, Tem 
(Cell) Donovan, 
Rawcliffe, 



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Row 1: Patrick Smith, Brian Jaskelewicv. Dcrk Farrar. Judson Wagner, Doug 
Hamsher, Joshua Luey, Dan Shelton Row 2: Mike Gunman. Joseph Kondisko, Davt 
Manges, Richard Krebs. Michael Schlotterbeck, Kevin Urban, Ron Winward, Chris 
Bellemare, Nick Nusbaum 



Mike Schlotterbeck has been a 
strong leader on the swimming team 
four the past four years. 






The Stats 






(partial I 






(Men's) 




Us 




Them 


85 


Wash. & Jeff. 


109 


113 


Dickinson 


91 


55 


Western Maryland 40 


121 


Scranton 


75 


52 


Kings 


33 


61 


Rowan 


34 


89 


Albright 
(Women's) 


109 


Us 




Them 


73 


Wash, &Jeff. 


124 


98 


Dickinson 


107 


111 


Albright 


85 


139 


Millersville 


114 


43 


Western Maryland 52 


35 


Rowan 


52 


53 


Kings 


31 


91 


Scranton 


113 



Swimmin: 161 



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Advancing on the net, Mark Clapper concen- 
trates on returning the ball out of the opponent's 
reach. 



Lobbing the ball back to his opponent. Brian 
Torbeck relies on his strong forehand to win the 
point. 



162 Sport- 





Row 1: Saul Passe. Nick Kenien, Ian Buckwalter, Mike Workman. Mike Reddig 

Row 2: Coach Kathy Montgomery. Brian Torbeck. Ben Smith, Mark Clapper. Jonathan 

Flood. Mick Musmanni, Rusty Wolfe 



"We took some 
major steps in the 
right direction. 
Because of our 
team effort, we 
came out the way 
that we did." 

--Ian Buckwalter 





The St-iK 




us 




THEM 


8 


Lycoming 


l 


9 


Lebanon Valley 





9 


Wilkes 





8 


W. Maryland 





5 


York 


4 


4 


Scranton 


5 


9 


Juniata 





6 


Albright 


3 


1 


Dickinson 


6 


6 


Susquehanna 


3 





F&M 


7 


-> 


Messiah 


7 


7 


Widener 


-> 





Gettysburg 


7 


5 


Moravian 


4 



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BASEBALL 



Top of the League 

As the spring semester began, 
it was once again time for sporting 
teams to break out the equipment and 
prepare for the coming season. While 
some teams remained on campus for 
practice, others travelled farther away. 
The baseball team headed south to 
Cocoa, Florida for pre-season training 
during Spring Break. Upon their re- 
turn, they initiated an impressive start 
to their regular season. 

Winning ten of their first 
twelve games, the men proved to be an 
unstoppable force. Ian Smeltz and Jon 
Hendl led the team in batting early on, 
and continued to contribute to the team 
average as the season progressed. The 
team's overall strategy was to take the 
lead early in each game and maintain 
the momentum through the final in- 
ning. While this plan of attack didn't 
always work, the men inevitably pulled 
through each game to keep possession 
of their top ranking in the conference. 

With senior Gary Yeager sta- 
tioned on the mound, the Blue Jays 
dominated 26 games this season and 
clinched a spot at the MAC champion- 
ships. Their strong defense, combined 
with an admirable offense, made the 
1995 baseball team one of the best to 
grace the field at Eli/.abethtown Col- 
lege. 



Drew Wolanin 
looks the ball in 
the eye. 




[esse Kulp makes .1 
dash For base; read) i>> 
bow l over whoevei 
Stands in his way. 



[on Hendl makes the 
all important tag i"i 
the out 



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Row 1: Mgr. Jen Borro, Mgr. Chystal Deeter. Jon Hendl. Jeff Eichom, Dave Hollinger, 

Drew Wolanin, Chad Hair. Joe Malteo. Tom Conjar. Bob Lindses 

Row 2: Todd Ki eider. Ian Smelt/, Damian Dell'Oso, Malt Brocious, Matt Bekelja, Brian 

Dougherty, Ethan Cramer. Dave Oswald. 

Row 3: Andy Burkholder, Steve Zawisky, David Cappuccio, Dteve Kristj Chris Reppert, 

Jesse Kulp 

Row I: Coaeh John Gersiie. Asst. Coach Jeff Gereic. Gary Yeaeer. Tim Wenrich 




CaptairisCorner 



"Success is not just 
personal It's a team 
sport." 

-GaryYeager 

"We're putting teams 
away early. That's our 
strategy." 

-Jon Hendl 





The "stnR 




us 


1 11C O tclt:> 


THEM 


11 


FDU-Madison 


3 


J 


Ursinus 


4 


4 


Case-West-Reserve 3 


8 


Misericordia 


4 


12 


Anna Maria 


4 


6 


Alvernia 





9 


St. John Fisher 





11 


Swarthmore 





2 


Wentworth 


1 


2 


Kutztown 


6 


10 


York 


1 


14 


Kings 


5 


2 


Albright 





-> 


Albright 


8 


4 


Trenton 


9 


4 


Lebanon Valley 





7 


Lebanon Valley 


3 


3 


F&M 


5 


17 


Dickinson 


8 


4 


Moravian 


2 


8 


Moravian 


3 


10 


Montclair 


10 


4 


York 


2 


7 


Juniata 


3 


1 


Juniata 


3 





Allentown 


9 


7 


Scranton 


6 


9 


Susquehanna 


5 


6 


Susquehanna 


8 


3 


Wilkes 


2 


12 


Widener 


1 


7 


Widener 


3 


6 


Rowan 


7 


19 


Millersville 1 




6 


Messiah 


s 


7 


Messiah 


2 


4 


Drew 


2 


5 


Susquehanna 




3 


Susquehanna 


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SOFTBALL 




Season Swings from 
High to Low 

It was the best of times. It was 
the worst of times. The 1995 softball 
team experienced a season of ups and 
downs; of triumphs and defeats. 
Through a difficult season, team mem- 
bers showed tenacity and determina- 
tion as they strove to improve their 
record and make MAC playoffs. 

The season began with very 
high expectations. The Lady Jays 
maintained an excellent rapport on 
the field and had a solid starting de- 
fense. On the mound, sophomore 
Sallie Mohr consistently pitched well 
and maintained an excellent personal 
record. With potentially two more 
years to go at Elizabethtown, Mohr 
will be a driving force in the team's 
push for the MAC championship. 

Bouncing back and forth be- 
tween wins and losses, team members 
maintained a positive mental attitude 
throughout the season and always took 
the field with their heads up. Giving 
one hundred and ten per cent in each 
game, the Lady Jays epitomized the 
determination, pride, and sportsman- 
ship qualities that make Etown ath- 
letes the best in the conference. 

Although they were elimi- 
nated from post-season action, team 
members continued to play hard in 
their final games, working to establish 
a solid foundation for the future. With 
only two seniors graduating, the team 
hopes to polish their skills and be very 
competitive next season. 



Softball 




"Putt-ing" it Together 

While last year's golf team was 
hampered by weather conditions that interfered 
with their pre-season practice, and even delayed 
the start of the season by several weeks, this 
year's team was able to hit the greens early in 
the year and improve their game. 

Returning as coach for the second 
year. Keith Marks helped the team hone their 
skills. Their workout began when they travelled 
to the Pinehurst Golf Course in North Carolina 
for training during Spring Break. They returned 
with an optimistic outlook for the season, 
hoping to finish in the top three of the confer- 
ence. 

Kyle Little and Ben Smith emerged 
early on as leaders of the team, but all members 
remained competitive throughout the season. 
While their placement at some tournaments 
might have suggested otherwise, the Blue Jay 
team improved greatly as they progressed 
through the semester, and they finished their 
regular season matches pleased with their 
efforts. 

This year's MAC championships were 
held in the Poconos at Mt. Laurel Resort. The 
team went in aiming high, hoping to rank 
between third and sixth place out of the sixteen 
teams that would be present. Their goal was 
achieved as they captured the fifth place 
position. This ranking was the highest any 
Etown golf team has gained in thirteen years. 

The day was especially successful for 
Smith, who landed first place overall. Not only 
did this award him with great personal salisl.K 
lion, it also made him the first Elizabethtown 
golfei to ever win the MAC crown. 

With the filth place finish at MACs, 
I tow n golfers established themselves as solid 
competitors in the Mid-Atlantic Conference. 
Mans of the team members will return ne\l year 
to push the team e\ en I urther. 





Row l Ralph Ivor] . luston Barbash, Jason I ord, Bob Alexander, John Everett, Doug 

HeSS 

Row : Coach Keith Marks, Ben Smith. I art) Bellew, Kyle I ittle, Matt DiehL Boh 
Armstrong, Tom Heckman, Mark Tumolo 



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Tricia McDonald and Marissa Kepner 
show their spirit as they lead the crowd in 
supporting the men's soccer team. 



Marissa Kepner focuses her attention 
downfield as the Jays maneuver the ball 
into scoring position. 



170 Sport* 




Squad members "lift" the crowd's spirit. 
With such a successful season, the stands 
were full of enthusiastic fans. 



Stacie Bowers' energetic performance on 
the sideline encouraged the crowd to 
vocalize their support. 




Squad members show off a new routine 
for the Homecoming crowd. 



Cheerleading tti; 



9ndex 



A 

Abel, Kelly 90 

Aceto, Tiffanie 44, 144 

Adams, Veronica 85 

Addari, Gabriella 93 

Adie, Sherie 147 

Adsitt, Susan 90 

Ahalt, Ryan 81 

Aigner, Elizabeth 44 

Albin, Elizabeth 93 

Albright, Rachel 85 

Albright, Susan 89, 99 

Albright, Wendy 93 

Alexander, Robert 84, 168 

Alexander, Sarah 83 

Allison, Brooke 44 

Alonzi, Dana 125 

Amati, Tracy 44 

Amato, Christopher 44 

Anderson, Michael 41, 44, 66, 156 

Andrade, Chris 126, 134, 135 

Andros, Dan 80, 156 

Anthony, Becky 83 

Antonio, Mark 44, 121 

Applegate, Amanda 89 

Arbold, Jeanna 89 

Armstrong, Nancy 89, 118 

Armstrong, Rob 81, 155, 168 

Arndt, Jaimie 83, 133 

Arscott, Christa 44, 50, 66 

Ashley, Jen 90 

Atherholt, Eric 124 

Austin, Erica 44 



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Babe, Michelle 85 

Bacso, Paula 93 

Baer, Bradley 44 

Bahrmann, Vivien 85 

Baily, Melissa 90, 125, 131 

Baker, Jennifer 14, 90, 124, 153 

Baldino, Meredith 86 

Ballak, Helen 90 

Balmer, Heidi 147, 97, 166 

Baney, Kim 93, 150 

Bankard, Jennifer 44, 93, 95 

Bankard, Kelli 93 

Banner, Kerrie 85 

Barbush, Justin 154, 155, 168 

Bard, Heather 44 

Bard, Jennifer 86 

Bardzik, Mike 39, 45, 66 

Barford, Amanda 85 

Barker, Krista Kae 18, 128 

Barkley, Katie 85 

Barnes, Harry 45, 81, 149 

Barr, Julie 93, 150, 159 

Barthold, Jean 45 

Bartko, Jody 124, 125 

Bartkovsky, Helene 86 

Bartoli, Dan 89 

Bartoli, Dave 156 

Bashore, Jennifer 86,152, 153 

Bass, Allison 93, 131 

Bastas, Toby 93 

Bateman, Julie 82 

Beach, Jessica 85, 118, 133 

Bechtel, Rebecca 91, 124 

Bechtold, Debra 45, 59 

Beck, JodiAnn 90 

Becker, Danielle 59 

Beever, Denee 45, 59, 93, 133 

Bekelja, Matt 89, 165 

Bell, Michele 45 

Bellemare, Kristian 85, 161 

Bellew, Larry 156, 168 

Bender, Amy 91, 114, 127, 144 

Benner, Holly 147, 97 

Bentzel, Christopher 45 

Bentzel, Jennifer 45, 128 

Berg, Tim 88 

Berglund, Dana 86, 114, 124, 133 

Berkenstock, Jason 85,133 

Berki, Violet 45 

Berner, Tracy 86 

Bertz, Craig 82, 118. 119 

Betz, Julie 89, 135 

Bezdziecki, Kathy 89 



Bigood, Elizabeth 114 

Bigoski, Amy 93 

Bikle, Ferd 40, 77, 85 

Billet, Ryan, 81, 156 

Birtwell, Jill 86 

Bishard, Elizabeth 93, 150 

Bixler, Michelle 45 

Black, Christopher 41, 45, 155 

Blackowicz, Patti 86 

Blanche, Jeremy 45 

Bleecher, Kris 81 

Bleiler, Mary 99, 89 

Blow, Rebecca 41 , 46 

Bock, Cindy 85 

Boebel, Mary 85, 153 

Bogardus, Adrienne 93, 133 

Bolton, Eric 46 

Bonadio, Sara 134 

Bonadonna, Melissa 46 

Bond, Kevin 89 

Bookhamer, Julie 90 

Boring, Julie 46 

Borro, Jennifer 93, 165 

Bosco, Anthony 123 

Bottaro, Barbara 86, 125 

Bowditch, Heather 85 

Bowers, Amy 82, 94, 127, 138 

Bowers, Stacie 93, 171 

Bowman, Jennifer 93 

Bowman, Marissa 46, 66, 76, 149 

Bowman, Marya 82 

Boyd, Kevin 124 

Boyd, Jeffrey 89 

Boyer, Kevin 133 

Boyer, Todd 139 

Brackbill, Josh 81, 136 

Brandenberger, Cary 86 

Brandon, Jodi 82, 118, 119 

Brandt, Cynthia 93 

Brandt, Jill 85, 133 

Bratis, Adrianne 90 

Brechtel. Nicole 144 

Breonner, Alison 85 

Brett. Erin 87 

Brett. Jill 46, 51. 90. 94. 121, 129 

Brill, Andy 81 

Brocious. Matt 165 

Brockle. Valerie 85 

Brooks. Elizabeth 93 

Brooks. Jeffrey 126 

Brown. Erica 86 

Brown. Ian 156 

Brown, Julie 46, 115. 125 

Brown. Dorothy 46. 82 

Brown, Marc 46.81, 94 

Brumbaugh. Lynne 82 



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Correll, Gretchen 125 
Cortius, Merel 85 






Crall, Liza 48 


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Cramer, Ethan 88, 165 


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Cramer, Jon 85, 122 


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Crampton, George 2, 81, 94, 142 




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Crawford, Lora 82, 147, 166 


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Cresthull, Cathy 93 


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Crewalk, Larisa 80 


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Crop, Kathy 90 




Crazier, Travis J. 48, 119, 157, 156 


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Cummings, Tiffany D. 48 




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Curtman, Theresa 82,124 




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Cushing, Eric 85 


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Custer, Holly M. 48, 128 


3runner, Alison 133,147 


Chestnut, Jennifer 93 


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Buckwalter, Ian 85, 163 


Chilcoat, Wendy 135 




3urd, Jenny 46 


Chipriano, Joe 82, 130, 131 


Dallu Palu, Angela 86, 94, 144 


3urk, Kelly 147, 46 


Chisholm, Beth 86, 125, 132, 133 


Dalrympie, Heather 82 


Burke, Edward 89, 125, 137 


Christ, Michelle 93 


Daniels, Marcy 89, 166 


3urke, Jill 46,50, 125 


Christian, Dan 84, 143 


Danzeisen, Tracie A. 41,49 


Burke, Mike 2,82, 125, 126, 127 


Christian, David 143 


Daugherty, Kimberly 82, 131, 149 


3urkenstock, J. 125 


Christie, Beth L. 47 


Davenport, Amy S. 49 


Burkett, Kara 47, 89 


Ciccarella, Maria 93 


Davis, Karen 125, 132, 134 


Burkholder, Andy 89, 156, 165 


Ciccone, Joe 85 


Davis, Melanie J. 49, 118 


Burrell, Melinda 47, 123 


Cierkowski, Krystina 89, 160 


Davis, Monica 88, 89, 124 


Bustin, Robert 11, 126 


Ciesielka, Andrew 47, 97, 121 


De Las Alas, Ron 81 


Butler, Katie 90 


Cinclair, Carrie 88, 122 


Deavor, Trinity 25 


Byington, Monica 47 


Clapper, Mark 82, 84, 123, 125, 163 


DeCarlo, Mike 89, 155 


Byron, Molly 91 


Clauser, Chris 88, 120 


Dechert, John 81 


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Clemens, Mike 81 


Decker, Lindsey 90, 126 


e 


Clifton, Amanda 82 


DeCuba, Javier 82, 124 




Coaxum, Curtis 81 


Dee, Jennifer 86 


pallaghan, Doreen 47, 75 


Coble, Rebecca 160 


Deeter, Christal 89, 165 


palnon, Kelly 37,82, 126 


Cohen, Dana 93 


DeFilippis, Brian 89, 94 


pampbell, Tricia M. 39, 47, 125 


Cole, LynnM. 48,96,97, 135 


DeHaan, Susan 150, 89 


Canney, John 81 


Colebaugh, Rebecca 120 


Dejewski, Jenn 90 


Cappuccio, David 89, 165 
Carello, Nina 152, 153, 89 


Colella, John 142, 143, 48 


Delaney, Erin 86 


Coleman, Rebecca A. 48 


Dell'Oso, Damian 165 


Cargas, Aaron E. 47, 129 


Collett, Amanda 86, 131, 132 


DeLuca, Mae 85, 116 


Carlson, Becky 89 


Collins, Jennifer 90 


Dennis, Richard 155 


Carroll, Sarah 90, 133 


Concodora, Nicole T. 48 


Desmond, Ami 89 


Carter, Faye H. 47, 149 


Concorda, Nicole 82 


DeSouza Costa, Maria 93 


Caruso, Alisa 90 


Condron, Chris 143 


DeWitt, Jennifer 85, 132 


Casey, Jeremy 143 


Conjar, Thomas 89, 165 


Deyo, Cathy 82 


Cashner, Annette L. 47, 124 


Connor, Mike 82, 131, 132 


DiEgidio, Rebecca 82 


Cassel, Marsha 85, 166 


Conrad, Alyssa 85 


Diehl, Matt 89, 156, 168 


Cassidy, Donna 93 


Considine, Marie L. 41,48 


DiMatteo, Kristen 37, 91, 124 


Cathcart, Lynn 93 


Conway, Linda 89 


Diodato, Michael 1 14 


Dervin, Adam 81 


Cook, Mathew J. 32, 48 


DiSanto, Melissa 93 


Cessna, Stephanie J. 47 


Coopey, Carolyn 86 


Distell, Stephanie 93 


Chambers, Mark 143 


Cordery, James 143 


Divatia, Akshat 49 


Charles, Christie 93, 133 


Cordery, James N. 48, 85, 94, 143 


Dlamini, Bongiwe 49, 114 


Chase, Kristen 26 


Corley, Chad A. 48 


Dodge, Brian 132 


Chell, Paul W. 39. 47 


Cornell, Sarah 86 


Dombrowski, Brian 84. 114, 124 



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Donahue, Katie 131 
Donahue, Maggie 135 
Donmoyer, Christine 49 
Donnelly, Erin 90 
Donovan, Katie 82 
Donovan, Kelly J. 49, 85, 160 
Doonan, Dan 122 
Dorenzo, Tom 85 
Dougherty, Brian 89, 165 
Dougherty, Mary 166 
Doyle, Krista 93, 125, 133 
DuBosq, Jeff 49, 94 
Duchatellier, Alec 81 
Duffy, Colleen 93, 114, 115 
Duncan, Jason 85, 124 
Dunigan, Kimberly 90 
Dzurek, Lynn 132 



Earnshaw, Sue 90 

Eberle, Christine 85 

Eck, Tracy 1 50 

Eichorn, Jeff 81, 165 

Eicker, Todd 21, 49, 83, 94, 122 

Eitner, Claudine 114 

Ellis, Jeanne 89 

Ellis, Matt 82, 131 

Ellis, Robert R. 49 

Ellison, Bethany 93, 95, 125 

Elvin, Scott M. 49 

Enders, Greg 1 15 

Enterline, Melinda 93, 133, 149 

Erdman, Mark 7, 124, 136 

Escudero, Maria 85 

Eshleman, Natalie K. 20, 49, 125 

Esten, Jodi L. 52 

Estright, Jaime 93 

Ettinger, Alexandra 87 

Everett, Jonathan 83, 131, 168 



Fair, Chad 165 

Falck, Brian G. 37, 52, 85, 94, 126 

Fantasia, Christine 89, 131 

Fantini, Barbara 89, 114, 135 

Farrar, Derek 161 

Fasick, Karen 93 

Fasolka, Brenda S. 52 

Faust, Amy R. 52, 135 

Faust, Creighton C. Ill 52, 76 

Faust, Diana K. 52, 129 

Fazekas, Marie 125, 127, 137 

Fedezko, Scott 143, 89 

Fell, Mike 89 



Felter, Joy 93 

Femu, Fidelis 84, 94 

Ferguson, Jennifer 85 

Ferguson, Staci 86, 94 

Feshler, Carrie 90 

Feshler, Kristen 88 

Fetter, Debbie 90 

Fetter, Leslie 97 

Fickett, Jessica 150 

Figarola, Don 82 

Figura, Chris 89, 156 

Files, Nicole K. 52 

Finnegan, Shannon 52 

Fiondella, Federico 80, 81 

Fitz, Julie 86 

Fix, Nancy 93, 149 

Flory, Amanda 93 

Flood, Jon 81, 163 

Foerster, Kimberly A. 52 

Folk, Jason 82 

Ford, Jason 155, 168 

Foreman, Mark K. 52, 129 

Foremsky, Beth 82, 122 

Foremsky, Nicki 91, 125 

Forney, Jennifer L. 52, 123, 125 

Forney, Megan 93, 125, 150 

Forney, Trisha 150 

Forney, Trisha S. 52 

Fosko, Christine M. 53, 85, 94 

Foster, Elizabeth C. 53 

Fouchet, Jennifer L. 53, 129 



Fourhman, Joe 89 
Fowler, Stephen 89 
Frain, Lisa A. 53 
Frank, Heidi 86,94, 160 
Franks, Amanda 86, 126 
Frantz, Christa 82, 124 
Fredette, Michelle 86 
Freisinger, Jennifer 86 
Friese, Lorroe 90 
Friling, Katie 36, 53 
Fritz, Marcia 82 
Frost, Brian J. 53, 130 
Frymoyer, Mark 155 
Frysinger, Todd 120, 129 
Fussaro, Barbara 53, 144, 145 



Gabel, Sara 93 
Gabrielle, Marjorie 93 
Gahrs, Jodee 90 
Ganter, Shana 93 
Gantz, Michelle 85, 116, 133 
Gard, Melanie 89 
Gardella, Emily 144 
Gardiner, Kevin 135 
Gaspar, Jody 93 
Gassidy, D. 126 
Gasswint, Heidi 90 
Gates, Angie 82 



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Gavin, Jennifer 86, 124, 132, 133 
Gegwich, Grant 1 17 
Gehrig, Stacey 147 
Gehrig, Stacey A. 53 
Gehringer, Megan 53 
iGelfo, Nikki 90 
'Gelnett, Mandy 90 
Gemma, Mike 82, 114, 125 
Gensler, Jessica 89, 123 
jGetz, Lisa K. 50, 53 
Ghoubrial, Gina 82 
Giancroce, Marco 143, 53 
Gilbert, Tracy 86 
Gingrich, Todd 81 
Ginter, Faith 93, 127 
Ginter, Mark 82 
( Gipe, Becky 90 
'Glickman, Susan 87 
Goldin, John 85, 124 
Goldstein, Anne 93 
Good, Amy 91 
Good, P. 143 
Goodman, Tony 85 
'Gordon, Angie 82 
Gottheld, Jennifer 93 
Goughler, Tonya 93, 133 
Grabowski, Joann 28, 85, 98, 131 
Grace, Elizabeth 125 
Grady, Jennifer 33, 93 
Gratalo, Robert 53 
Green, Brain 143 
Grey, Missy 85, 166 
Griebel, Autumn 86, 132 
Grieco, Caterina N. 38, 54 
Grigaitis, Erin 82 
Grimes, Charlie 84, 143 
Grinnell, Rob 81 
Groschopp, Kimberly 125 
Grossman, Scott J. 54 
Gruska, Dave 82 
Guarino, Joe 81 
Guarino, Joseph A., Jr. 54 
Guber, Joseph T. 54 
Guenzel, Melissa 86 
Guerrera, Anthony M. 54 
Guerrera, Tony 143, 96 
Guessford, Kim 82, 133 
Guida, Ashli L. 54 
Guyotte, Amy C. 54 
Guzek, Christine 90 

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Haentjens, Nicole 85 
Hagenbuch, Kristen 89, 129 
Hagerty, Jeff 80, 81 



Hahn, Liza 89, 160 

Hahn, Michelle 90 

Haldeman, Heather A. 54, 67, 120 

Haley, Sheean 93, 131 

Hall, Amy 166 

Hall, Raymond C. 54 

Hamilton, Kelly 89 

Hamilton, Lindsay 85 

Hammes, Jennifer 93 

Hamsher, Brett J. 54 

Hamsher, Doug 161 

Handly, Heather 93 

Hansen, Bruce 30, 126, 149 

Harada Hideo 85 

Haray, Erica 86, 87, 124, 125, 153 

Harclerode, Ashleigh 84, 85 

Harleman, Jennifer S. 54,122,159 

Harner, Gary D. 54 

Harnly, Dawn 86, 133 

Harrigan, Amy 93, 126 

Harrigan, Sharon 93, 125, 126 

Harrington, Jamie 86 

Harris, Julie 82, 83, 124 

Harris, Pamela D. 55 

Hartigan, Gretchen E. 55, 122, 144 

Hartman, Glenn C. 55, 91, 115, 131 

Hartman, Mike 81 

Hartman, Patty 86 

Hartman, Sandra J. 55 

Hartsell, Charles 97 

Hartsell, Charles W., Jr. 55 

Hastie, Maureen 93, 160 

Haughey, Thomas 114,126 

Hayes, Tammy 90, 91 , 115 

Heckman, Jaime 29, 86, 126 

Heckman, Tony 168 

Hegmann, Richard 134 

Heiland, Julie 86, 114, 133 

Heim, John 81 

Heimbach, Dave 85 

Heinhold, Noelle 89 

Heintzelman, Caren 121,122,125 

Heinz, Matthew L. 55, 94 

Heiser, Elizabeth 87 

Helm, Patricia 153 

Helsel, Chris 143, 81 

Hemminger, Jami 93,133 

Hendl, Jonathan L 55, 164, 165 

Henning, Kelly A. 50, 55, 125 

Herkner, Kerrie 93, 122 

Henry, Jennifer 93 

Hepler, Chris 28 

Hepner, Carrie 90, 125, 126 

Herman, Bob 89 

Hernandez, Elizabeth 82, 126, 160 

Herring, Cynthia D. 23,55,118 




Herrmann, Tammy 89, 159 
Herrold, Amy 93, 133 
Hertzog, Sheldonna 51,55 
Heslop, Suzanne J. 55 
Hess, Doug 143, 89, 168 
Hess, Jennifer 85 
Hess, Samantha 85 
Hessong, Rebecca 90, 125, 126 
Hessong, Sarah 82, 124 
Hewson, Heather R. 55, 76, 144 
Heyl, Bob 89, 125 
Hibbert, Jeff 83 
Hibsham, Andrea 147 
Hickey, Michelle 91, 133 
Hilinski, Jennifer 93 
Hillegass, Jodi 93, 150, 159 
Hirtzel, Diana 93 
Hirtzel, Stephanie 93 
Hobson, Amy 90 
Hodson, Pamela 90, 94 
Hoffman, Dave 85 
Holcomb, Rebecca 56 
Holland, Shanda 97 
Hollenbacher, Amy 83 
Holllinger, David 165 
Hombach, Mike 149 
Hoppman, Melissa 83, 133 
Houser, Benjamin 149 
Houser, Denise M. 38, 56 
Houser, Kellie 83 
Houser, Judie 93 
Hoy, Jason 143 
Hueting, Matthew J. 56, 85, 122 
Hummer, Michelle 93 
Hunt, Tara 56, 124 
Hunter, Kristin 93 
Hurley, Lynn 159 
Hurst, Helen 56 
Huryk, Jenn 82 




Hyman, Susan E. 56 
Hynoski, Debra 93 



Iffland, Cathy 86, 124, 133 

Igielski, Sharon 90 

Ireland, Tammy L. 40, 56 

Irvine, Wendy 86 

Irving, Christine 89, 144 

Issa, Reem 86, 125 

Ittleson, Sue 82 

I very, James 125 

Ivory, Ralph 22, 89, 94, 143, 168 



Jackson, Holly 86, 125 

Jackson, Kelly L. 56 

Jackson, Tracy 82 

Jacobson, Heather 86, 129 

Jacobson, Laura 147, 97 

Janicki, Michelle 85 

Jaskelewicz, Brian 81. 125. 137, 161 

Jefferis, Suzie 89 

Jensh. Elizabeth 90 

Jeziorski, Dawn 91 

Johannes. Misty 85 

Johns, Chris 81 



Johnson, Dan 81 
Johnson, Michele L. 56 
Johnson, Nicole 86 
Jones, Daniel 82, 94 
Jones, Lori 93, 118, 119 
Jones, Sara 91, 133, 159 
Jordan, Jennifer 96, 97 
Jordan, Jennifer R. 56 
Jumper, Elizabeth R. 56 

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Kabatt, Jennifer C. 56, 130 

Kaeser, Steve 121 

Kairis, Lisa 85 

Kaiser, Gina 85, 159 

Karli, Brad 28,81, 156 

Karmatz, Nicole 82 

Karter, Rachel 85 

Kauffman, Derick S. 57, 129 

Kaumba, Jones 57 

Kaunitz, Kimberly D. 57 

Kazanicka, Gina 10, 89 

Kazinski, Jill 82, 133 

Keefe, Erin 89 

Keeney, Kelly 57 

Keich, Amy 86 

Keiter, Jeremy 81, 156 

Keller, Nancy 57 

Kelley, Susan J. 57, 135 

Kelly, Jennifer 93, 127 

Kelly, Kevin 83 

Kelly, Shannon 150 

Kenien, Nick 57, 163 

Kenlin, Laura J. 57, 135 

Kennedy, Janet L. 57 

Kennedy, Jennifer M. 57 

Kennel, Fran 82, 126, 131 

Kepner, Marissa 89, 170 

Kepner, Matt 81 

Kerr, Alison 93 

Kerstetter, Renee 82, 94 

Kerstetter, Stephanie 82, 130, 133 

Kessler, Kara 93 

Kessler, Leanne 93, 133 

Khanlian, Dave 83, 143 

Kijanka, Amy 90, 133 

Killeen, Keri L. 41, 57 

Kimmel, Jen 166 

King, Kristopher 81. 149 

Kipp, Maria 23, 82, 118, 128 

Kirner. Kathryn 90 

Kisty, Steve 81, 165 

Klunk, Kathy 93 

Kmet. Shannon 85 

Knerr, Stacey A. 57. 58, 94 



Knorr, Michael 124 

Kochansky, Chris 81 

Kocher, Jamie 89 

Kohlweiler, Linda 83 

Kohlweiler, Susan G. 60 

Koll, Stacy L. 60, 77 

Kondisko, Joseph E. 60, 89, 94, 161 

Koontz, Sherri K. 60, 155 

Kopp, Jayanna 86 

Koskowicz, Karen M. 60 

Kovel, Lisa 122 

Kraenbring, Heidi 89, 125 

Kraenbring, Mark 83, 125, 137 

Krause, Jami 86, 1 30, 1 31 , 1 32, 1 33 

Krebs, Rich 4, 82, 124, 126, 130, 16| 

Kreider, Nicole M. 60 

Kreider, Todd 81, 165 

Kruse, Kristina 60, 67, 159 

Krusman, Meghan 89, 160 

Kuehn, Jodi 93, 166 

Kulicki, Jen 83, 124 

Kuliszewski, Lara 86 

Kulp, Jesse 157, 156, 164, 165 



La Grassa, Rob 80 

Ladd, Martha J. 58, 60. 66, 1 1 7, 1 

Lamb, Wendy A. 60 

Lamoreaux, Lore A. 60,119 

Lampasona, Paul 81 

Lancaster, Marc 82, 124 

Landry, Kristine A. 58, 60, 120 

Lane, Eric T. 60, 126 

Lankenau, Matt 81 

LaRocca, Michele 86 

Latch, Melissa 90 

Latchford, Kevin 81, 155 

Laukaitis, Amy 91 

Laurence, Lindsay 82 

Lawrence. Susan 85 

League. Ben 81 

Leaman, John H. 61,94.149 

LeBar, Amy 83, 133 

Lee. Annette 86 

Leffler, Allison M. 61. 122 

Leffler, Kristin 82 

Lehman, Mike 85, 124 

Lehto, Jenny 147 

Lemke. Michelle 13, 89. 125 

Lemon, John 126 

Lemthe. S. 133 

Lena. Mike 82. 114, 149 

Leonhard, Shannon L. 61 

Lesinski. Jason 85 

Lester. Jessica 86. 118. 133. 138 



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euthe, Stephanie 85 

evan, Karen 85, 118, 128 

evinsky, Dave 81 

ight, Melissa 93, 159 

inard, Jayson 156 

indsey, Bob 165 

indstrom, Amy 90, 144 

ingle, Amanda 93,146, 147 

ink, Stacy 166 

isinski, Jennifer 82 

ittle, Kyle 81, 168 

ivingston, Luke W. 61 

ockard, Meredith 93 

oftus, Jenn 93 

oose, Beth 93 

ord, Catherine 89 

orusso, Michelle 93, 125, 144 

otts, Kim 90, 1 60 

ove, Gayla A. 61 

ove, James A. 61, 135 

oudenslager, Cory 90, 91, 124, 149 

owe, Christopher D. 61 , 122, 124 

ucas, Rich 83, 121 

ueckel, Amy 90, 124 

uey, Joshua 161 

ynn, Jennifer 89, 149 



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/la, Ada 131 

/laclntosh, Scott 81, 134 

lackey, Erin 89 

/lackley, Josh 85 

/laclure, Katie 86 

/lacMillan, Heather 86, 147 

/lacMillian, Barb 82 

/ladden, Ann M. 20, 61, 125 

/laguire, Deana 150 

/lahoney, Keith A. 61 

laichle, Billy 89 

lajor, Jill 133 

/lakary, Mark 61, 81, 94 

/lakintane, Thabiso 61 

/lalaney, Kelly 93 

/lalley, Dana 86, 121 

/lallis, Nancy 128 

/lallon, Liz 90 

/langes, David 134, 161 

/lanis, John 11, 89 

/lann, Julie 85, 160 

/lansueto, Aileen 86 

/lanzer, Beth 91 

/larkey, Sue 93 

/larkley, Britt 90 

/larr, Ellen 93 

/larshall, Elizabeth C. 61 



Martin, Julie 93 
Martin, Karen 93 
Martin, Lori 93, 33 
Martin, Milan 125, 137 
Martins, Debra A. 62 
Martocello, Jody 90 
Masimore, Tony 82, 131 
Maslin, Matthew A. 62 
Massimini, Laura 89 
Mastellone, Violet 62 
Mastrogiovanni, Denise 86, 94 
Matas, Amy E. 62,97, 135 
Matteo, Joe 81, 165 
Matthews, Megan 97 
Maurer, Chad 89 
Maurer, Stephanie 86, 128, 166 
Mazurkevich, Susan 62 
McAloon, Jennifer 93 
McCall, Brian A. 62, 125 
McCann, Kristyn 82 
McCarthy, Erin 82 
McCarthy, Shannon 85 
McClain, Melissa 97, 125 
McCleary, Brock 82, 156 
McClendon, Adrianne 89 
McClune, Kirstin 62 
McClune, Kristin 147 
McCluskey, Kathryn 26,39, 62, 76, 

96, 126 
McDonald, Katie 90, 93 
McDonald, Tricia 89, 170 
McElhaney, Brenda 90 
McElmoyle, Terry 89, 156 
McFadden, Sherilyn M. 62 
McGinley, John 62 
McHarness, Tim 89 
McHenry, Daniel 14, 126, 127, 134 
McKenna, Suzanne A. 62, 129, 147 
McKenzie, Scott 81, 121, 124 
McKinney, Karyn 86,150, 151 
McLaughlin, Scott 143 
McManus, Robert J. 62, 97, 149 
McNamara, Kelly 93, 135 
Mearkle, Amy 93, 125 
Meckley, Julie 82, 122 
Mehta, Amita 63 
Melson, Laurie 86, 94 
Menan, Lisa 89 
Menendez, Mercedes 83 
Merkle, Kim 85, 166 
Merrill, Gary 143, 89 
Mescia, Dario 82, 124 
Mescia, Lino 82 
Messinger, Amy K. 63 
Metzger, April 93, 132, 150 
Metzger, Heidi 63, 159 



Meyer, L. 93 

Michaels, Robin 118 

Michener, John 81 

Mika, Jennifer 93, 133 

Mikulski, B.J. 81 

Miller, Albert 82 

Miller, Andy 85 

Miller, Angie 90 

Miller, Bill 85, 124, 125 

Miller, Bob 85, 124 

Miller, Dan 156 

Miller, Elizabeth 114, 166 

Miller, Janette 82, 131 

Miller, Jessica 89 

Miller, Kate 86 

Miller, Lesley 83 

Miller, Mary A. 63 

Miller, Matt 89 

Miller, Megan D. 63, 119 

Miller, Natalie 89 

Miller, Rachel 90,93, 125 

Miller, Sheri L. 63 

Miller, Timothy 126, 134 

Millin, Priscilla 87 

Millin, Rhonda M. 51, 63, 90, 94 

Milliron, Dana 18, 93 

Mills, T. 93 

Minin, Denis 85, 121 

Mininger, Jen 90 

Mirando, Angela 93, 114 

Mirkovich, Melissa 82, 114, 134 

Mitchell, Alison 83 

Mitchell, Andrea 128 

Mitchell, Matthew J. 63, 81, 94 

Moffitt, Bethany 160 

Mohler, Jeff 81 

Mohr, Lori 90 

Mohr, Michael 97 

Mohr, Michael J. 63 

Mohr, Sallie 82, 166 

Mollar, Daniela 63, 124 

Monaghan, Becca 89, 133 

Montaperto, Kristin M. 63, 116, 127 

Mooney, Sara 86, 118, 124, 126 

Moore, Mike 81, 149 




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Morgan, Beth L. 63, 82 

Morgan, Jamie 143, 89 

Morgan, Melissa 93, 114 

Morrin, Joseph P. Ill 64, 96, 118 

Morris, Alison 89, 133 

Morris, Julie 86 

Morris, Trevor 83 

Motz, Benjamin D. 64, 116 

Mound, Louise 64, 131 

Mowrer, Megan 86, 87 

Moyer, Amy L. 64 

Moyer, Jill 85 

Much, Jodelle 86, 120 

Much, Kristen 93 

Mueller, L. 93 

Muff, Tammy 98 

Muff, Tammy A. 64, 85, 98, 121 

Muir, Molly 90 

Mull, Deborah 120, 125 

Mulvey, Tom 85, 156 

Munjack, Jamie 89 

Munley, Maura R. 64 

Munson, Jenny 

Murphy, Erin 90 

Murtoff, Mitch 88, 124 

Musmanni, Nicolas 64, 163 

Mirth, Stephanie 86 

Myers, Asa 81 

Myers, Ken 83 



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Nagle, Beth A. 64, 93, 95 
Nalpathanchil, Jessie 64,67,120 
Nambu, hajime 85 
Natali, Claudia A. 38, 64 
Nealon, Melissa 90 
Neitz, Belinda 90 
Nelis, Maggie 147, 159 
Nelson, Christine 93 
Nelson, Holly 93 



Nelson, Laura C. 64 

Nethen, Allison 90, 144 

Neufeld, Glenn 85, 94 

Newman, Christine 93 

Nichols, Christine D. 64 

Nichols, Ken 13, 143 

Nichols, Leslie D. 65 

Niclaus, Laura J. 65 

Niezgoda, Sue 144 

Nigro, Kara 93 

Nonemaker, Gretchen 1 1 , 90, 94 

Norr, Mike 122 

Nusbaum, Nicholas B. 65, 161 



O'Brien, Megan C. 65, 66 
Ochs, Jami 86, 166 
Ocone, Maria L. 65 
Ogle, Brian S. 13, 23, 65 
Oglesby, Rebecca 93 
Ogurcak, Julie A. 65, 159 
Ohlinger, Matt 81 
O'Hop, Laurie 97, 135 
O'Hop, Laurie F. 65 
Oiler, Cathryn 93, 133 
Olmett, Carolyn 115 
Orrs, Suzanne L. 65, 121, 122 
Oswald, David 80, 165, 156 
Oswald, Valerie 85, 127 
Owens, Jennifer 82, 126 



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Pabor, Trudie 85 

Pados, Karen 85 

Pahl, Elizabeth A. 65 

Paladino, Lyndi 93, 124, 149 

Palmer, Chris 133, 143 

Palmer, Heather L. 65, 127 

Panco, Marissa 82, 124 

Panner, Douglas C. 50, 65, 76, 143 




Papst, Jeff 81, 155 

Paoletti, Gina 93 

Parker, Chris 25, 89, 118 

Parker, Stephanie 93 

Paroby, Vanessa 83 

Parrish, Damon 68 

Patch, William 122 

Patterson, Tara 90 

Passe, Saul 26, 163 

Paulus, Jennifer M. 68,129 

Pavelko, Amy 91 

Pearson, Nancy 90 

Peavey, Heather 93 

Peck, Elizabeth 91 

Pedersen, Aric 68, 96, 118 

Pelesky, Amy 82 

Penaloza, Gabe 85 

Penney, Meredith 93 

Penrod, Mike 89, 143 

Perazza, Dominic M., Jr. 68 

Perry, Dan 155 

Perry, Sarah E. 68, 96, 97 

Petko, Jane E. 68 

Pettersen, Kristen 93 

Phelan, Greg 85, 131 

Phillips, Jessica E. 58, 68 

Phillips, Terri 85, 160 

Piazza, Amy M. 68 

Pierantozzi, MaryEllen 40, 68 

Pierce, Michelle 85 

Pietrefesa, Patrick 125 

Pinches, Cynthia 86, 124 

Pisani, Laura 68 

Planey, Nicole 90 

Poff, Lena 23, 86, 87 

Poile, Kirsten 93 

Pomeroy, Jody 93 

Pond, Zach 83 

Poole. Dan 115 

Porter, Kim 82 

Powell, Julia 12. 115 

Power, Kristen 90, 1 17. 1 18. 1 19 

Price, Rebecca 68 

Proctor, Doreen 86, 125, 121. 132 

Pufnock, Jeff 81. 124 

Purpuri, Christine 93, 125, 133 

Putt, Charlie 81 

R 

Rabold. Julie 90 
Radday. Adam 81 
Raffensberger, Jodi 89. 94. 131, 14' 
Raimo. Jeremy 81. 94, 125. 156 
Randall. David 82, 131 
Rappoport. Erica 90 



Rauch, Heather 86, 125 

Raver, Lori 90, 91, 118, 125 

Rawcliffe, Carol 85, 160 

Reap, Kristina 125 

Reasner, Bill 81 

Reddig, Michael D. 68, 163 

Redin, Carrie 82, 83, 118, 124, 133 

Reed, Jessica 93 

Reed, Kelly 86 

Reedman, Jennifer D. 69 

Reggie, Christa 89, 115 

Reiker, Laura 82, 124, 130, 131 

Reiser, Melanie 85, 122 

Reiter, Carolyn 133 

Renninger, Amy J. 69, 87 

Reppert, Chris 165 

Ressler, Marlene 93, 133 

Ressler, Scott 89 

Reynolds, Bridget 93, 114 

Rhen, Melissa M. 39, 69 

Rhodes, Kevin 84 

Riccardi, Jodi 86 

Richardson, Holly 93 

Richardson, Timothy M. 69, 126 

Richie, Susan A. 69 

Ritchey, Andrew S. 69 

Ritchey, Tami 86 

Ritchie, Teresa L. 69 

Robb, Jon 89 

Robbins, Dina 89, 124 

Robelen, Jennifer 90, 122, 133 

Roberts, Dawn 86, 125 

Robinson, Darlene 85 

Robinson, Sandi 89 

Robson, Tammy 85 

Roddy, Jennifer 69 

Rohrer, Debbie 85 

Rohrer, Elizabeth A. 69, 128 

Romano, Erin 87 

Rommel, Frederick A. II 69, 82 

Rorick, John F., Jr. 32, 58, 69, 97, 

136 
Rose, James 82 
Rosenberger, Brian 81 
Rosenfeld, Ayelet A. 58, 69 
Rosetti, Karen A. 41,70 
Ross, Sharon 90, 160 
Rossini, Joan R. 70, 149 
Rossow, Loretta 88, 89, 124, 149 
Roush, Gwen 82, 118 
Rubinkam, Michael 39, 70, 117, 123, 

125 
Rudisill, Christopher 30, 125, 126 
Rufner, Heidi 89 
Rukno, R. 93 
Ruley, Chris 82 




Rumbaugh, Christopher 70, 155 
Rumpp, Nicole 90, 144, 145 
Rusin, Cindi 90 
Russack, Julie A. 67, 70, 120 
Rutan, Jeneen 147, 97 
Rutkowski, Joe-Bob 83, 121 



Sabaka, Bethany J. 70, 134 
Sabo, Brad 81 
Sabo, Tara 93 
Sadowski, Mike 81 
Sagan, Allison 97 
Sales, Amy 93 
Salko, Becky 86, 119 
Samolewicz, Jessica 93,122 
Sampieri, Allein 90 
Sampson, Richard 131 
Samuels, Sidoney 91, 94 
Sands, Kelly 93, 125 
Sands, Lorna 132 
Sarraf, Melissa 88 
Saurer, Tom 85 
Scarborough, John 131 
Schappell, Carol 131 
Scharfenberger, Mike 26, 76, 126 
Schellhorn, Lisa A. 70, 144 
Schildknecht, Matt 97 
Schildknecht, Matthew 70 
Schillig, Jennifer L. 33, 70, 87, 128 
Schirmer, Christine 89 



Schissler, Steve 81 
Schloesser, AnneMarie 132 
Schlotterbeck, Mike 70, 117, 143, 

161 
Schmalenberger, Kevin 70 
Schmalenberger, Marty 81, 149 
Schmidt, Vin 81 
Schmitt, Jen 82, 93, 125 
Schmoyer, Lori 90, 91, 121, 124 
Schnure, Zoey, 86 
Schodowski, Francis 82, 84 
Schott, Karen N. 70, 129 
Schradin, Karen 90 
Schuette, Pamela J. 71 
Schwartz, Jenny 90, 123 
Schwartz, Eric 156 
Scott, Derek A. 71, 114, 128 
Scott, Kristi 86, 125 
Scott, Regina 93, 125 
Scotto, Jerry 89 
Scotto, John 89 
Seagrist, Shawn 50, 71 
Seaver, Kristen 127, 144 
Seidman, Andrea 85 
Seifrit, Amy 90 
Seipel, Robin 93, 133, 144 
Sentz, Danielle 85, 130 
Sentz, Dusty 81 
Serpico, Shane 85 
Servia, Stacy 149 
Sevret, Robert W., Jr. 71 
Sgrignioli, Joseph M. 71 



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Shaak, Rachel 90 

Shaffer, Amy 93 

Shaffer, Mary 99, 89 

Shanbarger, Aleisha 90, 94, 125 

Shaw, Jen 90 

Shaw, Lori 89 

Shaw, Michele 93, 133 

Sheckard, Ann 93 

Sheldon, Heather 89 

Sheldon, Heather G. 71 

Shelton, Dan 81, 161 

Sheninger, Bob 81 

Shifflett, Clint 81, 125 

Shockley, Jennifer 93 

Showalter, Heather M. 71, 97, 135 

Showalter, Rebecca 93 

Showers, Nicole 93 

Shuss, Danielle 86 

Sides, Stephanie 71 

Siegel, Scott 89, 134, 135 

Simelane, Felix 71 

Simmons, Greg 81 

Sinclair, Kerstin 85 

Sinkway, Steven E. 71 

Sipler, Regina 87 

Sitter, Lee 77, 85 

Skone, Jamie 85 

Skow, Jeff 156 

Slinger, Kimberly 90 

Sloat, John 97 

Slothour, Jonathan 88 

Small, Bekki 82, 132 

Small, Graham 143 

Smearman, Brenda G. 71,85 

Smeltz, Ian 165 

Smith, Alison P. 71, 149 

Smith, Ben 163, 168 

Smith, Beth 144 

Smith, Deanna L. 72 

Smith, Heather 90, 125 





Smith, Jeffrey 85, 121 

Smith, Karen M. 72 

Smith, Kimberly A. 40, 72 

Smith, Lottie 89, 125, 153 

Smith, Pat 83, 161 

Smith, Rob 88 

Smith, Tara 93, 125 

Smolnik, Amy 90 

Smyth, Carrie 85, 146, 147 

Smyth, Maureen 83 

Snavely, Arlisa J. 72, 128, 147 

Sniffen, Alyssa 86 

Soffientini, Tara 82 

Sofield, Tom 82, 131 

Spahl, Dave 84 

Spayd, Sandy 115 

Speer, Phil 82, 131 

Speicher, Tyler 124 

Spencer, Robert W. 72,129 

Spicer, Brad 81, 156 

Spink, Laura 7, 126 

Spragg, Andrew C. 72, 96 

Sprengel, Gary F. 9, 33, 72, 97, 125 

Squarcia, Matt 156 

Stambaugh, Jeanette 125 

Stanczak, Stacey 87 

Statler, Dana 115 

Stauffer, Kim 93, 160 

Stebbins, Jill 82 

Steinbugl, Nicole 85 

Stemelski, Amy 82 

Stephens, Becki 92, 93 

Stephens, Jen 153 

Stevens, Tanya M. 72. 97, 135 

Stevens, Wendy 72 

Stine, Jill 86 

Stiner, Pamela M. 72, 129 

Stites, Sean 82 

Stoler, Abigail L. 72, 89, 94 

Storck, Stephanie 93 

Stover, Corie 93, 144 

Straub, Jen 96, 97, 117 

Strehl, Laurie A. 72, 76 

Strine, Jennifer 82, 121 



Stutler, Amie C. 73, 133, 135 
Sturtz, Lori 131 
Suffredini, Karyn N. 73, 160 
Sunho, Do 67, 73 
Suzuki, Yasuhiro 81,85 
Swab, Eric 82, 124 
Swann, Sue 98 
Swartz, Mark 89, 155 
Sweely, Radelle 82 
Sweeny, Kathleen E. 73, 132 
Symuleski, Tom 81 
Sypniewski, Jessica 73, 89 
Szczesny, Matt 156 



Takacs, Becky 85 

Tavares, Andre 96, 121 

Taylor, Carolyn 93 

Taylor, Sandy 82 

Terembula, Karen 90 

Tesu, Lori 90 

Thiry, Neile 85 

Thomas, Betsy A. 73. 85 

Thompson, Christopher 35, 73, 97 

Timmins. Jennifer 153, 83 

Tinder, Jen 86 

Tinney, Michelle 4, 90 

Tomas, Steve 85, 122 

Torbeck. Brian K. 41, 50, 73, 163 

Trawitz. Kim 93 

Trexler, Heidi C. 67, 73, 77 

Triano, Mary 93, 95, 126 

Trifari, Jennifer 86, 125, 126 

Triller, Sara 90, 125 

Trimmer, Rebecca. 128 

Trite. Amy 86 

Trone. Jennifer 93. 125 

Troupe. Amber 93 

Trout, Robin 93 

Troutman, Marcy A. 73 

Troutman. Michelle 89, 147 

Troutman, Nathan 125, 126 

Troutman, William 85 

Tucker, Cynthia 89 



Tully, Danielle 73, 122, 124 
Tumolo, Marc 168 
Turnbaugh, Barbara 82, 116 
Tutino, Toni 85 
Tynyk-Katchko, Georgeann 150 

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Uber, Rebecca A. 73 
Uhlig, Carrie P. 74, 129 
Urban, Kevin 27,29, 161 

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Vagnoni, Lisa 83, 85 
Valenti, Paula 85 
Van Der Gracht, Tessa 85 
VanCamp, Sarah 89 
VanDemark, Craig 28, 156 
Ventola, Laurie 126 
Verity, Deb 82, 124 
Verkoren, Maarten 82 
Vichko, Kara 126 
Virgin, Brad 81 
Visco, Jeannette 86,114 
Vogt, Cam 81, 131 
Vollmer, Joe 81 
Voshell, Jamesina 93 
Vukmirovic, Maja 85 

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Wagner, Judson 74, 89,161 

Wagner, Matthew 74 

Wagner, Tiffany 85 

Walker, Christopher M. 74 

Walker, Elizabeth 93, 118 

Wallace, Ginger K. 51 , 66, 74, 128 

Walsh, Kate 89 

Walter, Christy 90 

Walters, Kimberly 5, 93, 125, 126 

Waltman, Craig 82 

Warfield, Caroline 86, 126, 131, 132 

Warner, Martha A. 74 

Wasserman, Catherine 93 

Wasson, Dak 155 

Waters, Tim 81 

Watkins, Tonya 93 

Watts, Kristen 74 

Weachter, Lisa 74 

Weaver, Scott 81, 124 

Weaver, Sherry A. 74 

Webb, Dan 20, 143 

Webb, Daniel A. 74 

Webber, Thomas 88, 124 

Webster, Tom 81 



Weinstein, Dave 143 

Weinstein, Jon 81 

Weiss, Natalie 91, 115, 166 

Weiss, Shaun 82, 122 

Weiss, Susan 74, 116 

Welsh, Julie 85 

Wenger, Gretchen 90 

Wenrich, Tim 165 

Wessel, Brenda 83, 124, 133, 159 

West, Olivia 93, 125 

Wetzel, Gayle 93, 120 

Wetzel, Nikki 90 

Whalen, Dana 93 

Whelan, Elizabeth A. 74, 116, 129 

Whitcas, Deborah 83 

White, Melissa 85, 124 

Whitmore, Drew G. 75, 97 

Whitney, Amy 83 

Wiedenhaefer, Jaime 86, 125, 130 

Wilber, R.L 81 

Wilcke, Sarah E. 75 

Wiley, Heather 89, 94 

Wilkes, Leigh 122 

Wilson, Amy 93, 116 

Winward, Ron 161 

Winston, Jennifer 90 

Winston, Marimba 59, 75 

Winter, Donna 130, 131 

Wintergreen, Beth 82, 125 

Winward, Ron 81 

Wise, Eric 135 

Wise, Wendy 90,91, 125 

Wissenbach, Joe 85 

Witman, Paula L. 75, 85, 94 

Wolanin, Drew 164, 165 

Wolf, Jen 86 

Wolfe, Rusty 85, 124, 163 

Wolfrom, Peter R. 51,75 

Woodward, Amy 83, 133 

Workman, Mike 82, 163 

Wright, Carey 93 



Wydra, Jennifer 86, 119 



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Yardley, Kevin 83 

Yeager, Gary L, Jr. 75, 128, 129, 

165 
Yeager, Gretchen S. 51, 75, 93, 95, 

118 
Yencho, Tom 85, 119, 124 
Yeomans, John 26 
Yingling, Mark 89, 124, 131 
Yingling, Tina 131 
Yokum, Steve 81 
Young, Do Sunho 143 
Young, Lisa 93 
Yunginger, Nikole 82 
Yusinski, Anitra 93, 116, 125 



Zarlenga, Jennie 93,155 
Zarrella, Dina L. 75 
Zavitsky, Maureen 93, 124, 130, 132 
Zawisky, Steve 89, 165 
Zawislak, Audry M. 75, 166 
Zeamer, Bryan 66, 155 
Zehnder, Amy 93, 114, 133 
Zeigler, Glen 81 
Zeigler, Melissa 89 
Zimmer, Sara 90 
Zimmerman, Lisa 91,152, 153 
Zimmerman, Steve 94, 135 
Zimmermann, Kathleen 85 
Zook, Marci 93 
Zorger, Valerie 124 
Zucker, Miriam 26, 90, 125 
Zwiebel, Kelly E. 58, 75, 90 




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Chris 

We watched you grow from a child to a young 
man. . .and we enjoyed every minute. We now 
watch you grow into your chosen profession. . . 
and we anticipate the enjoyment. 

Surely, your name will be in lights. . .if not on 
Broadway. . .in your family's hearts. 



We are proud of you! 



Mom and Dad 




To Our Dear Holly, 

Congratulations to a wonderful daughter. We are so proud of 
you for all your hard work and accomplishments. Most impor- 
tantly, we are proud of the person you are and the choices you 
have made. Always remember, Holly, if any time you need us 
along the way, we will always be here for you. We love you so 
very much. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Congratulations, Qarg! 

Wow. it's so hard for us to believe you 'e graduating from college, accomplishing notonlg our 
hopes and dreams for gou, but succeeding in all the goals gou have set for gourself What 
more could a familg ask for, an excellent academic education, captain of gour baseball team, 
rW-/lmerican team, MVP honors, member of the Delta Mu Delta, and more. 9t seems like 
just gesterdag gou were plaging little league as an /Ill-Star, and now gou 're an /^Ill-Star 
goung man. Jor all gour accomplishments, for all the obstacles gou 've triumphed over, for 
how proud gou 've made us feel, we hope and prag the rest of gour life will be as fulfilling and 
gratifging as (god can bless it to be. 9n our minds, Qarg Leonard tjeager, Jr., we are over- 
whelmed with gour success as a goung man, but never forget in our hearts, gou'/l a/wags be 
our "Little Cjarg. " 



We Love tjou 

Proud Parents and /III Jamilg Members 

Jen and Lindseg 

Congratulations to all the goung men and women in the Class of 1995 
for all gour accomplishments and (god tf/ess. 



Proud Parents 185 



Katie, 

Teaching attracts special people 
who derive joy from awakening the curi- 
osity of young minds and in so doing 
touch the future. 

You are that type of special caring 
person. We are so proud of all you have 
done and the person you have grown up 
to be. You will make a WONDERFUL 
teacher. Now go out and touch the future, 
your students are waiting. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jimmy 
Sugar, Tyler, & Doodles 







Maura Ruth. 

Remember the Rules of Life: 
Be kind - Share - Listen - Floss - Recycle - Laugh 
And call your Family! 
Love. 
Mom and Dad 

a.k.a 
Spanky and Darla 



Dear JVlaria, 

We are all so proud of your accomplishments at E- 
town. you worked very hard each year, and over- 
came many personal hardships in our family during 
these four years. 

(Jou are an excellent teacher!! 

<Lhe entire family wishes you good fortune and a 
long and happy life. 

With all our love, 

JVlom, Dad, Anthony, JVlichael 

and all of the family 



186 Proud Parents 







CONGRATULATIONS ! 
YOUR FAMILY and 

FRIENDS 

ARE VERY PROUD 

OF YOU 




CONGRATULATIONS 
ROB! 

The years seem to 
have flown by and you've 
turned from a little boy into 
a fine adult. The road 
hasn't always been easy and 
there have been disappoint- 
ments and hurdles along the 
way, but you've handled them all. Your success 
is proof of your hard work, desire and determina- 
tion. We hope you are as proud of yourself as we 
are, and may the years ahead be filled with all 
that you're deserving of: love, health, happiness, 
and success. 

All our love, 

Mom, Steve, Noelle & 

"Big Guy" 

Hold fast to your dreams and never stop trying! 



Martha A. Warner 




CHILD, CHILD — 

Child, child, love while you can 
The voice and the eyes and the soul of a man; 
Never fear though it break your heart- 
Out of the wound new joy will start; 
Only love proudly and gladly and well, 
Though love be heaven or love be hell. 
Child, child, love while you may. 
For life is short as a happy day; 
Never fear the thing you feel- 
Only by love is life made real; 
Love, for the deadly sins are seven, 
Only through love will you enter heaven. 
—Sara Teasdale 

Love, Mom and Dad 




Dear Brooke, 

May you continue to seek new 
challenges throughout your 
lifetime! You have made us 
very proud! 

Love from Mom, Dad and 

Brant 



Proud Parents 187 




Gretchen, 

This picture shows the 

promise, 
The past 1 7 years have 

shown the effort. 
Graduation is the 

fulfillment, 
You are the future. 
With love, 

Mom & Dad 




A daughter has a special place in your heart thai nothing can 
ever change." 

We are very proud of the little girl who always was smiling and 
has the determination to be her own person. We hope all your 
dreams come true. We love you! Mom & Dad 



Jodi- Wow, you did it! Your 
determination paid off. But 
then, how could you fail!!! 
Your spirit, your smile, and 
your personality will always 
bring you success! ! ! ! ! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Abby 



JOHN F. RORICK JR 

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR SUCCESS AT 

ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE THESE PAST 

FOUR YEARS. WE ARE ALL VERY, VERY 

PROUD OF YOU! 

WITH LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, JENNIFER, KEVIN AND PATRICK 



Becca- 

You can be very proud of all 
you've accomplished! It's been so much 
fun sharing these past four years. 

Best wishes for continuing 
successes! 

Love, Mom, Kim and "Big G" 




Congratulations upon your 
graduation. 

This momentous 
occasion has provided all of 
us with great pride in your 
accomplishments. This 
achievement will be but the 
first step in your life's 
journey. 

Love, your parents 
Gary & Joan Scott & family 



Becca, Kimmy, Tammy and Laura 

Way to go girls!!!! 

You're great!! 

I'll Miss you! 

Love, 

Karen 



TAMMY LEIGH IRELAND 

The love of your family is with "you" on this special 

"Graduation Day." You have made us all so very 

"proud" and you will be a wonderful teacher. 

"Sweet" and "beautiful" you arc our "pride and joy." 

Congratulations and all our love. Mom, Dad. Jeff, 

Lin, Nanny and Pop-Pop 



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TAMMY ANN MUFF 

Congratulations honey!! 

You fill my heart with pride and joy and a lifetime 
of love. 

Have safe & happy travels down the information 
highway and may all your dreams come true. 

Love, Mom 



GINGER K. WALLACE 

Four years and many nights ago, it was self-evident 
that we would bask in the completion of your en- 
deavor. Ginny with your commitment, intellect and 
strength of character, many more accomplishments 
will follow you down life's path. 
Now is the time to shout our joy and strut with pride 
for you. With our love and respect we proudly 
congratulate you upon your graduation. 
Mom, Korrie and Mr. Bill 



Dear Susan, 

For our little girl and ice skater to a 
young woman graduating college. 

We are very proud of you and wish you 
always the best. 

CONGRATULATIONS ! 
All Our Love, 
Mom, Dad & Stephen 




CONGRATULATIONS 



GARY SPRENGEL 

and the Class of '95 

"Gar, May this he just the 
beginning of your fantastic ride to 
future happiness and success. 
May all your dreams come true 
Love always. 
Mom, Dad, Mark & Ginser 



KRISTIN MONTAPERTO 
FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGIST ??? 
REMEMBER BUCKTOWN!!! 
LOVE, MOM, DAD, HEATHER AND 
GRANDPA 



TO DEE SMITH: 

You have worked hard to reach this 
milestone in your life. There was never a doubt in 
our minds that you could do it. Once again, you 
have made us very proud. Pappy Dreese would be 
especially proud, too. 

May the future bring you all that you hope 
for and more. Be happy and God bless you in all 
that you do. 

Love, Mom & Dad 




Jennifer- It is with pride that we celebrate your 
graduation. With your E-town education and 
uncanny ability to identify opportunities, we are 
convinced your future has no limit. 
Love Mom & Dad 



Drew Glenn, 

Dad said, "study hard," and you did! You have 
achieved one of your goals in life through hard 
work and endless determination. Be proud of your 
accomplishments as we are very proud of you. 
Most importantly, we love you for just being you. 
Congratulations and God Bless You. 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Proud Parents 1 89 




Having you for a 
daughter has 
brought us many 
joyful times and 
proud moments. 
Congratulations! 
We knew you 
could do it. 



Tracy we are very proud of you as always. We 
cannot put into words how we feel. We wish 
you the best in the future and we will be behind 
you 100% in whatever you elect to pursue. 
Well, its finally here, the 4 years are done. We 
all made it. Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Robyn, Grandmom and 

Grandad 



Dear Ann, 

May God bless and guide you on your path to 
becoming a Lawyer. We are so very proud of 
you. Keep your faith and it will carry you through 
rough times. Thank you, Ann, for being you! 

We Love You, 

Mom, Dad and all your family 




FINALS! GRE'S! 

Job hunting!!! 

Graduation!!!! 

Love to Jess-the- 

always-Stressed- 

Blonde— 

You can do it ALL ! 

The pets & the 

parental units 

Sypniewski 

(proud of you) 



Robb 

It's wonderful to have a dream come 
true. Ever since you were born, a dream 
of ours was to see you graduate from 
college. You have grown into a special 
man with your own objectives and a 
spirit to accomplish your future wishes. 
We are so proud of your accomplishments. Always 
take time to learn from your past, enjoy the present 
and plan for the future. You have to know how 
much we love you and that we hope that all your 
dreams come true. Love Mom & Dad 




Congratulations Chris on your outstand- 
ing efforts and accomplishments in get- 
ting a college degree. We knew you 
could do it. Good luck in the future! 
We Love You ! 

Mom, Dad and Michael 



Audry: 

Our little girl, all grown-up and ready 
to make a giant step into the world. With 
your quiet compassion and sense of fairness, 
you will go far. 

May your future be as bright as your 
beautiful smile. 

We are very proud o\' you. 
All our love; 
Mom and Dad 




Matthew, your name 
means "Gift o\' the 
Lord." and that's what 
you'vebeen to us. Con- 
gratulations! We're so 
proud ii( you! 
Love. 
Dad. Mom. Luke and 
Rebecca 



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Danielle, Congratulations on this 
your very special day. You have 
brought more joy to our lives than 
you will ever know. Your Dad 
and I want to thank you for 
enriching our lives and the lives 
of your brothers, Chris and Jason. 
Our wish for you is HAPPINESS 
and HEALTH!!! 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad, Chris & Jason 



Sarah, 

Every person has a choice in life: she may 

approach it as a creator or a critic, a lover or a 

hater, a giver or a taker. You have chosen to 

create, to love, and to give in all that you do. We 

are very proud of you. Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Becka 



I John, it seems like just yesterday 
I that you were tackling kindergar- 
^^^fS* I ten & soccer deals. Now the 

\E£ I future is yours. Your academic & 
■^■•CLj^S athletic acheivements have given 
I us great pleasure & joy. It was a 
JKkA wonderful time of sharing. Now 
to your future, God Bless, good luck and may we 
always share our lives as happily in the future. With 
all our love. Mom & Dad. 
NO MORE COLLEGE TUITION- HURRAH! 




Amie, 

You are the music of our 
life. Our wish for you is 
that your joyous song will 
bring "fullness of life" to 
all those you touch. 
We love you, 
Mom, Dad and Andy 



LORE, 

CONGRATULATIONS ON 
FULFILLING ANOTHER ONE OF 
YOUR DREAMS. WE'RE VERY 
PROUD OF YOU, AS ALWAYS! 

LOVE, 

MOM AND DAD 



Dearest Edward, 

Have we told you lately that we love 
you!!! CONGRATULATIONS on your 
Graduation; you have always made us 
proud and that will never change. We 
wish you love and happiness in your 
future and may all your dreams come 
true. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, MaryBeth, Michael, 
Jacquie, Tyler, Bailey and Summer 




Jill, 

From the time you were just 
a little girl you have always 
made us very proud. Con- 
gratulations on your accom- 
plishments. In reaching your 
dreams may you have a 
lifetime of joy, happiness 
and success. The world is 
yours! 
Love Always, Mom and Dad 



Dear Jane Ellen, 

It has been a long journey from "K" to E-TOWN 
and we have followed you every step along the w a\ 
Happy memories from "St. M." and "PV." and now "EC" 
will always be a part of your life. Now a new chapter of 
life begins and wherever life's road may lead may God 
guide and bless you all the days of our life. 

You have been a verj special daughter and you 
can be proud of the Woman you have become- We are! 

Love. 

Dad and Mom 



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191 




Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

in your future. 

Love 

Mom and Dad 

Kim and Dan 

Rick and Molly 



Shell 

i\ journey of a thousand miles Begins with a single step. 
'Jour journey began seventeen years ago at Martic 
'Elementary and ends here at "Elizabethtoum. Though one 
journey ends, another begins with hope, expectations and 
love. !As always your family will be withyou on your 
new journey. Most of all have fun and enjoy each day. 
'We are all so proud of you. 

Love you, 
Mom, Tony, Qary, Tonya, 'Kimmie, Amanda, Matt, 
Qrandma andTappy "Rineer 



CONGRATULATIONS 

BRENDA 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU 

MAY ALL OF YOUR DREAMS 

COME TRUE. 

Love Mom & Dad 



Heidi Trexler, 

From us, your mom & dad, you have 
life. 

From you, we have hope for all life. 

Thank you Heidi. We Love you. 
Mom & Dad- 1995 



Jessi, 

Congratulations on a job well done. We 

wish you all the success and happiness in 

whatever you chose to do. We are all very 

proud of you. Where did the last four years 

go? 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Mandy 



CONGRATULATIONS LIZA 

WE'RE VERY HAPPY & PROUD OF 

YOU!! 

WE WISH YOU ALL THE HAPPINESS & 

SUCCESS THAT YOU DESERVE. 

MOM, JIM, ANDY. POPPY, ELAINE, 
PHONG, & DIANA 



CONGRATULATIONS MARK 

We're proud of you and 

your accomplishments 

Wishing you success and 

happiness always. 

Love, Mom. Dad. and Michael 




Keri. 

From the first day we 
brought you home we 
ha\ e been proud o\ you. 
and we always will be. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



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Dearest Amy, 

Oh how the years have flown by since 
that little girl taught her make believe class 
every day after "real" school. 

We are so proud that the long dormant 
"pretend" teacher in you is now becoming a 
reality. How proud Grammy would be to know 
you are continuing the family tradition of 
teachers. 

With our love and Best Wishes XOXO, 

Mom & Daddy 


Dear Tracie, 

You have made us very happy - you're off the 
payroll! 

Congratulations and best wishes for your 
continued happiness. 
We're proud of you, Tracie. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 


Your graduation puts you at the summit of 

your preparation for your life. 

The climb was not easy. 

We are celebrating with you and will con- 
tinue to cheer you on into the bright begin- 
ning of your future. 
All our love - Mom and Dad 


Congratulations Debra! 

You have come a long way from your 
first day in Kindergarten to your Senior year 
in college. 

Good luck as an OT! We are all very 
proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Anthony, Lisa and 

Tyler 


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CONGRATULATIONS 

STACEY! 

WHO COULD ASK FOR 

ANYTHING MORE! 

LOVE YA' 

MOM & DAD 


MEGAN MILLER 
Four years have flown by . . . each day making us 
prouder of you and your many accomplishments at 
E-Town. 

We are confident that you will continue to shine in 
whatever endeavors you choose to pursue. 

Now go out in the world and make a difference! 
Love, 
Your Family 


Dear Marie, 

We send our love and congratulations! 
We are so proud of you. 

May your future hold happiness and 
success and may all your dreams come true. 
Love always. 

Mom, Cathy, Bobby and Debbie 



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